Change the format of a message you send to anyone with an AT&T wireless number. Find out how to send text as email or email as text.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
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INSTRUCTIONS & INFO
Send email-to-text and text-to-email messages
About email addresses of AT&T wireless numbers
Every AT&T wireless number has a corresponding email address. You can send an email to that address and have it delivered to the device as a text, picture, or video message.1 Likewise, you can send a text, picture, or video message to any email address from your wireless device.
Send an email as text to an AT&T wireless number
You can compose a new email message and send a text, picture, or video message to a wireless number.
Text message - Compose a new email and enter the recipient's 10-digit wireless number, followed by @txt.att.net. For example, email@example.com.
Picture or video message - Compose a new email and enter the recipient's 10-digit wireless number, followed by @mms.att.net. For example, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Heads up: Don't include dashes or spaces in between the numbers.
Send a text, picture, or video message directly to an email address
You can compose a new message and enter an email address instead of a wireless number. You can also reply to a text, picture, or video message sent from an email address. The recipient will see your email address as:
email@example.com (text message)
firstname.lastname@example.org (picture or video message)
Text messages that start with 10101 come from someone's email address.