Email to Text Message - 5 min. Step by Step

This setup took me 5 minutes to complete and will take the Position Alerts I send to your email and shoot them right to your text message inbox.  

Zero Latency - The SMS service had a latency of as much as 20 minutes...this method is instantaneous.

This is the C-Net Article I used and focuses on setting this up in Gmail, Outlook & Apple OSx

1

This is how I set it up in Gmail
Go to Settings

2

Go to Forwarding and POP/IMAP > Add a forwarding address.

3

Input "your phone number"@"your carrier".
Click "next"'.

Major Carriers

  • Verizon:      [your number]@vtext.com
  • AT&T:          [your number]@txt.att.net
  • T-Mobile:   [your number]@tmomail.net
  • Sprint:        [your number]@messaging.sprintpcs.com 
  • (or)Sprint:  [your number]@pm.sprint.com
  • MetroPCS:       [your number]@mymetropcs.com
  • Nextel:             [your number]@messaging.nextel.com
  • Virgin Mobile: [your number]@vmobl.com
  • U.S. Cellular:    [your number]@email.uscc.net

CLICK TO SEE ALL CARRIERS LIST 

4

Input the Confirmation number sent to your Phone and click "Verify"

...then "Save Changes"

5

Click:  "creating a filter".

6

Input these into your filters verbatim.

From: "dale@optionsinfinity.com"
Has the words: "Position Update"

Then click "Create Filter".

7

Checkbox: forward it to The Forwarding address we just created.
Click:  Create Filter.

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