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  1. #1
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    sending pics from cellphone to photo gallery

    Hi,

    does anybody know of an existing solution to send a pic from a cellphone to an email gateway which then posts it into an existing photo gallery (such as gallery, coppermine, etc.)

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    i belive you can do that with the "Sony CLIE"

    You might be able to do it with a pda phone or a phone that has an internet browser...

    or you can email the pictures to yourself and post them up on the gallery instead of trying to do it directly...

    thanks

  3. #3
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    I am looking for an "email gateway solution" to accept millions of pics, uudecode them and post them

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    doubtful

    i think it's doubtful you'd find one. You could always just run exim and deliver to a script. Should be a short script, too.
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  5. #5
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    I imagine it wouldn't be too hard to write a little Perl script that does this. Take a look at http://freshmeat.net/projects/moblog/, for example.

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    If one has a server, this is easy as a cake. A client could choose whether to send an email containing a photo to an email address or submit an image by browsing to a certain script. Email content could be easily delivered to a script that would take a photo and put it in a gallery. An experienced developer should have no problem doing this, but it's at least a $1k job. Good luck!

    Airnine

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    Finished a script that can do this for a client. Not that difficult if you have sufficient access to a server.

    I might even have bits of the code laying around somewhere ... seeing as how I still hold all rights to the code, and the client only wanted to have it running, and not buy it.

    Let me know if you need some hints.
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