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Post Number: 1
I would like to send a PDF file to a mobile phone which have a PDF reader. Is that possible? If so: How would the smil file look like? Any examples?
Post Number: 5
A multimedia message may contain items that are not multimedia items, for example, Personal Information Management (PIM) objects such as vCalendars and vCards, application packages (SIS or Java™ archives), or other files including types not supported by the device. Such objects can be received by Nokia 7710 smartphone, but should not be referenced from SMIL. Even if they are referenced, they will not be played in the MMS player. Any item that is included in the message but not referenced from SMIL will not be displayed in the MMS Viewer main view, but it will be accessible from the Objects dialog (invoked by the “Objects” menu command) or by tapping on the “attachments” icon. The dialog displayed offers the option to open these nonmultimedia files in their default application, if one exists on the device. For instance, a vCalendar attachment will be opened in the vCalendar viewer, and an application installation package will be opened in the Installer application. The dialog also offers the option to save the object in the file system. Even unsupported items may be saved and transferred to another device or a PC later.
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