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November 29th, 2002 - LiveJournal Text Messaging Center — LiveJournal
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When we released LJ::TextMessage 1.4.8, we changed some of the providers and broke some stuff for some users.

Everyone, go send yourself a text message. If you get the following error:
[Error: Can't use an undefined value as a HASH reference at /home/lj/cgi-bin/LJ/TextMessage.pm line 439. ]
you've been hit by the problem. What's happened is that your provider probably doesn't exist anymore, or else was renamed with a company name change. Go to /editinfo.bml. Your currently selected provider will be blank... just reselect your provider and it should work.

Sorry for any inconvenience that this change caused.

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I don't know if this is the right place for support, but I can try. If I should be elsewhere, pelase redirect me!

Here's my problem.
I'm on the O2 network. Problem is, I'm in the Netherlands. So I'm not sure whether the O2 listed is just the British part of O2 or the entire network. I have tried it, as well as selecting 'other'. I've also tried my number as 00316...etc. and as +316.... In the Netherlands, all phone numbers are 10 digits and mobile numbers start with 06. So for the international access code you have to dial +(abroad)31(accesscode Netherlands)6(mobilenumber) and then the rest.

Can anyone point out to me why it doesn't work and secondly if it's possible to get it to work at all? =/

Thanks in advance!

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im trying to send a text message to a metro pcs phone... Any knowledge on what the @ part is.. IE.. 9161234556@noideawhatthispartis.com
please help...
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