I have an iMac G5 (20" 2.0ghz), an EyeTV Wonder TV tuner with EyeTV 1.7 and a Nokia 6280 (a 6265 which runs on GSM and UMTS networks) and I want to send the morning news to my phone when I'm at work so I can watch it on break. I know EyeTV allows export to 3GP files and my iMac has Skype on it. Can someone give me help on writing a script for it?
Loc: Florida, USA
I've only made two scripts from my computers at work to inform me if sone one logs in to ROOT or when a co-worker has used the company credit card. The easiest way is to make it send a email with a file attachment . Most phones can recive emails from SMTP servers. Also you already have a email on your phone. Most wireless services uses a POP3 service for textmessages. So say you had Alltel your domain would be "message.alltel.com" and the user of the domain is the phone number including the area code. Heres a example [url=mailto:email@example.com]mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org[/url].
So all what you have to do really is make a script to record the news or what ever and then make it send the email via sendmail or blat.
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