Free Email To SMS Gateways (International + Smaller US)

These are all I could find from Wikipedia and other sources. If you’re aware of any other ones please share them in comments and I’ll add them to the list.


Carrier                                                   Email to SMS Gateway

7-11 Speakout (USA GSM)                           number@cingularme.com
Airtel (Karnataka, India)                             number@airtelkk.com
Airtel Wireless (Montana, USA)                    number@sms.airtelmontana.com
Alaska Communications Systems                  number@msg.acsalaska.com
Aql                                                         number@text.aql.com
AT&T Enterprise Paging                              number@page.att.net
BigRedGiant Mobile Solutions                       number@tachyonsms.co.uk
Bell Mobility & Solo Mobile (Canada)             number@txt.bell.ca
BPL Mobile (Mumbai, India)                         number@bplmobile.com
Cellular One (Dobson)                                number@mobile.celloneusa.com
Cingular (Postpaid)                                    number@cingularme.com
Centennial Wireless                                   number@cwemail.com
Cingular (GoPhone prepaid)                         number@cingularme.com (SMS)
Claro (Brasil)                                            number@clarotorpedo.com.br
Claro (Nicaragua)                                      number@ideasclaro-ca.com
Comcel                                                    number@comcel.com.co
Cricket                                                    number@sms.mycricket.com (SMS)
CTI                                                        number@sms.ctimovil.com.ar
Emtel (Mauritius)                                       number@emtelworld.net
Fido (Canada)                                           number@fido.ca
General Communications Inc.                       number@msg.gci.net
Globalstar (satellite)                                  number@msg.globalstarusa.com
Helio                                                       number@messaging.sprintpcs.com
Illinois Valley Cellular                                  number@ivctext.com
Iridium (satellite)                                       number@msg.iridium.com
Iusacell                                                   number@rek2.com.mx
i wireless                                                 number.iws@iwspcs.net
Koodo Mobile (Canada)                               number@msg.koodomobile.com
LMT (Latvia)                                            number@sms.lmt.lv
Meteor (Ireland)                                       number@sms.mymeteor.ie
Mero Mobile (Nepal)                                  977number@sms.spicenepal.com
MetroPCS                                                number@mymetropcs.com
Movicom (Argentina)                                 number@sms.movistar.net.ar
Mobitel (Sri Lanka)                                    number@sms.mobitel.lk
Movistar (Colombia)                                   number@movistar.com.co
MTN (South Africa)                                    number@sms.co.za
MTS (Canada)                                           number@text.mtsmobility.com
Nextel (United States)                                number@messaging.nextel.com
Nextel (Argentina)                                     TwoWay.11number@nextel.net.ar
Orange Polska (Poland)                               9digit@orange.pl
Personal (Argentina)                                   number@alertas.personal.com.ar
Plus GSM (Poland)                                      +48number@text.plusgsm.pl
President’s Choice (Canada)                         number@txt.bell.ca
Qwest                                                      number@qwestmp.com
Rogers (Canada)                                        number@pcs.rogers.com
SL Interactive (Australia)                            number@slinteractive.com.au
Sasktel (Canada)                                       number@sms.sasktel.com
Setar Mobile email (Aruba)                          297+number@mas.aw
Suncom                                                   number@tms.suncom.com
T-Mobile (Austria)                                     number@sms.t-mobile.at
T-Mobile (UK)                                           number@t-mobile.uk.net
Telus Mobility (Canada)                              number@msg.telus.com
Thumb Cellular                                          number@sms.thumbcellular.com
Tigo (Formerly Ola)                                    number@sms.tigo.com.co
Tracfone (prepaid)                                     number@mmst5.tracfone.com
Unicel                                                      number@utext.com
Virgin Mobile (Canada)                                number@vmobile.ca
Vodacom (South Africa)                              number@voda.co.za
Vodafone (Italy)                                        number@sms.vodafone.it
YCC                                                        number@sms.ycc.ru
MobiPCS (Hawaii only)                                number@mobipcs.net

How To Send Email To Any Cell Phone (for Free)

Want to send a short email to a friend and get it delivered to his/her cell phone as SMS? If you know your friends’ phone numbers and the carrier they are on then you can easily send emails to their cell phones directly from your email program.
Here is how it works:
Most of mobile carriers offer free Email To SMS gateways which can be used to forward simple text emails to a mobile phones. And the good news, majority of those gateways are free and available to the general public.
You just need to know the number and the carrier of the recipient to start emailing them to mobile phone. Below we put together a table listing free email to SMS gateways for different carriers. You can use as quick reference both for US and international mobile numbers.
Free Email To SMS Gateways (Major US Carriers)
Carrier                                        Email to SMS Gateway
Alltel                          [10-digit phone number]@message.alltel.com
                                 Example: 1234567890@message.alltel.com
AT&T (formerly Cingular)             [10-digit phone number]@txt.att.net
[10-digit phone number]@mms.att.net (MMS)
[10-digit phone number]@cingularme.com
Boost Mobile                 [10-digit phone number]@myboostmobile.com
Nextel (now Sprint Nextel)    [10-digit telephone number]@messaging.nextel.com
                                          Example: 1234567890@messaging.nextel.com
Sprint PCS (now Sprint Nextel)  [10-digit phone number]@messaging.sprintpcs.com
                                               [10-digit phone number]@pm.sprint.com (MMS)
                                               Example: 1234567890@messaging.sprintpcs.com
T-Mobile                       [10-digit phone number]@tmomail.net
US Cellular                   [10-digit phone number]email.uscc.net (SMS)
[10-digit phone number]@mms.uscc.net (MMS)
Verizon                         [10-digit phone number]@vtext.com
[10-digit phone number]@vzwpix.com (MMS)
Virgin Mobile USA          [10-digit phone number]@vmobl.com
Example: 1234567890@vmobl.com

Google chrome shortcuts: Mac


Mac keyboard shortcuts
Tab and window shortcuts

⌘-N Opens a new window.
⌘-T Opens a new tab.
⌘-Shift-N Opens a new window in incognito mode.
Press ⌘-O, then select file.Opens a file from your computer in Google Chrome.

Press ⌘ and click a link. Or click a link with your middle mouse button (or mousewheel).
Opens the link in a new tab in the background .

Press ⌘-Shift and click a link. Or press Shift and click a link with your middle mouse button (or mousewheel).Opens the link in a new tab and switches to the newly opened tab.

Press Shift and click a link.Opens the link in a new window.

⌘-Shift-T Reopens the last tab you’ve closed. Google Chrome remembers the last 10 tabs you’ve closed.

Drag a tab out of the tab strip.Opens the tab in a new window.

Drag a tab out of the tab strip and into an existing window.Opens the tab in the existing window.

Press ⌘-Option and the right arrow together.Switches to the next tab.

Press ⌘-Option and the left arrow together.Switches to the previous tab.

⌘-W Closes the current tab or pop-up.

⌘-Shift-W Closes the current window.

Click and hold either the Back or Forward arrow in the browser toolbar.Displays your browsing
history in the  tab.

Press Delete or ⌘-[ Goes to the previous page in your browsing history for the tab.

Press Shift-Delete or ⌘-] Goes to the next page in your browsing history for the tab.

Press Shift while clicking the + button in the top left corner of the window.Maximizes the window.

⌘-M Minimizes the window.
⌘-H Hides Google Chrome.
⌘-Option-H Hides all other windows.
⌘-Q Closes Google Chrome

Google Chrome feature shortcuts

⌘-Shift-B Toggles the bookmarks bar on and off.
⌘-Option-B Opens the bookmark manager.
⌘-, Opens the Preferences dialog.
⌘-Y Opens the History page.
⌘-Shift-J Opens the Downloads page.
⌘-Shift-Delete Opens the Clear Browsing Data dialog.

Address bar shortcuts

Use the following shortcuts in the address bar:

Type a search term, then press Enter.Performs a search using your default search engine.

Type a search engine keyword, press Space, type a search term, and press Enter.Performs
a search using the search engine associated with the keyword.

Begin typing a search engine URL, press Tab when prompted, type a search term, and press Enter.
Performs a search using the search engine associated with the URL.

Type a URL, then press ⌘-Enter.Opens the URL in a new background tab.

⌘-L Highlights the URL.

⌘-Option-F Places a ‘?’ in the address bar. Type a search term after the question mark to perform
a search using your default search engine.

Press Option and the left arrow together. Moves your cursor to the preceding key term in the address bar

Press Option and the right arrow together. Moves your cursor to the next key term in the address bar

Press Shift-Option and the left arrow together. Highlights the preceding key term in the address bar

Press Shift-Option and the right arrow together. Highlights the next key term in the address bar

⌘-Delete Deletes the key term that precedes your cursor in the address bar

Press Page Up or Page Down in the address bar menu.Selects the previous or next entry in the menu

Webpage shortcuts

⌘-P Prints your current page.
⌘-Shift-P Opens the Page Setup dialog.
⌘-S Saves your current page.
⌘-Shift-I Emails your current page.
⌘-R Reloads your current page.
⌘-, Stops loading of your current page.
⌘-F Opens the find bar.
⌘-G Finds the next match for your input in the find bar.
⌘-Shift-G or Shift-Enter Finds the previous match for your input in the find bar.
⌘-E Uses selection for find
⌘-J Jumps to selection
⌘-Option-I Opens Developer Tools.
⌘-Option-J Opens the JavaScript Console.
⌘-Option-U Opens the source of your current page.

Press Option and click a link Downloads the target of the link.

Drag a link to the bookmarks bar.Saves the link as a bookmark.

⌘-D Saves your current webpage as a bookmark.
⌘-Shift-D Saves all open tabs as bookmarks in a new folder.
⌘-Shift-F Opens your page in full-screen mode. Press ⌘-Shift-F again to exit full-screen.
⌘-+ Enlarges everything on the page.
⌘ and – Makes everything on the page smaller.
⌘-0 Returns everything on the page to normal size.
⌘-Shift-H Opens your home page in your current tab.
Space bar Scrolls down the web page.
⌘-Option-F Searches the web.

Text shortcuts

⌘-C Copies highlighted content to the clipboard.
⌘-Option-C Copies the URL of the page you’re viewing to the clipboard.
⌘-V Pastes content from the clipboard.
⌘-Shift-Option-V Pastes content without source formatting.
⌘-X or Shift-Delete Deletes the highlighted content and copies it to the clipboard.
⌘-Z Reverts your last action.
⌘-Shift-Z Repeats your last action.
⌘-X Deletes highlighted content and saves it to your clipboard (cut).
⌘-A Selects all the text on your current page.
⌘-: Opens the Spelling and Grammar dialog.
⌘-; Checks your current page for spelling and grammar

Install Vista/Windows 7 using USB Flash Drive


Requirements:
*USB Flash Drive (Minimum 4GB)
*Windows 7 or Vista installation files.
Follow the below steps to create bootable Windows 7/Vista USB drive using which you can
install Windows 7/Vista easily.
1. Plug-in your USB flash drive to USB port and move all the contents from USB drive to a safe
location on your system.
2. Open Command Prompt with admin rights. Use any of the below methods to open Command
Prompt with admin rights.
*Type cmd in Start menu search box and hit Ctrl+ Shift+ Enter.
Or
*Go to Start menu > All programs > Accessories, right click on Command Prompt and select
Run as administrator.
3. You need to know about the USB drive a little bit. Type in the following commands in the
command prompt:
First type DISKPART and hit enter to see the below message.
 

Next type LIST DISK command and note down the Disk number (ex: Disk 1) of your USB flash drive. In the below screenshot my Flash Drive Disk no is Disk 3.

4. Next type all the below commands one by one. Here I assume that your disk drive no is “Disk
3”.If you have Disk 2 as your USB flash drive then use Disk 2.Refer the above step to confirm it.
So below are the commands you need to type and execute one by one:

SELECT DISK 1 
CLEAN
CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY
SELECT PARTITION 1
ACTIVE
FORMAT FS=NTFS
(Format process may take few seconds)
ASSIGN
EXIT
Don’t close the command prompt as we need to execute one more command at the next step. Just
minimize it.

5. 5. Next insert your Windows7/Vista DVD into the optical drive and check the drive letter of the
DVD drive. In this guide I will assume that your DVD drive letter is “D” and USB drive letter is
O” (open my computer to know about it).
6.Maximize the minimized Command Prompt in the 4th step.Type  the following command
now:
D: hit enter.
CD BOOT and hit enter.Where “D” is your DVD drive letter.
7. Type another command given below to update the USB drive with BOOTMGR compatible
code.
BOOTSECT.EXE /NT60 O:

Where “O” is your USB drive letter. Once you enter the above command you will see the below
message.
8. Copy your Windows 7/Vista DVD contents to the USB flash drive.
9. Your USB drive is ready to boot and install Windows 7/Vista. Only thing you need to change the boot priority at the BIOS to USB from the HDD or CD ROM drive. I won’t explain it as it’s just the matter the changing the boot priority or enabling the USB boot option in the BIOS.

Note: If you are not able to boot after following this guide means you haven’t set the BIOS
priority to USB. If you got any problem in following this guide feel free to ask questions by
leaving comment.

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BuySellAds is one of the alternatives to Google Adsense. As soon as you submit your blog to BuySellAds, it will automatically fetch up your blog stats which includes PR, Alexa rank , Technorati, Del.Icio.us, Yahoo inbound links etc. For getting an approval for BuySellAds , your site should have a decent Traffic. As soon as your site gets an approval, you can setup an area on your blog for BuySellAds and wait for advertisers to bid.

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3. Infolinks:
Infolinks is one of the best In-line text ads programs, I won’t say its an alternative to Google adsense but It’s good for high traffic blog. You can see its performance in shoutmeloud monthly income report. It is easy to setup and provides relevant ads to your blog which helps you to increase the clicks. As it is an In-line text, so your visitors won’t get distracted because of advertisements. You can find a quick review about infolinks here.

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Kontera is another In-line text program. Approval of your blog in kontera needs good page impression for your blog. Kontera has good customer support and pays on time. But I found that Kontera ads might slow down loading time of your blog.

5. Adbrite:
Adbrite allows you to setup your Ad space price on weekly basis, monthly basis etc. You have authority to choose or reject any advertisement for your blog; this helps you to choose advertisement relevant to your blog. You can even change the style of advertisement according to your blog format.

There are many more alternatives to Google adsense, but I added only 5 of these. Will love to know what do you think which one if best Google adsense alternative program?

Don’t Forget to comment .

99 dos commands

Quick Help on Windows Dos Commands .

Accessibility Controls = access.cpl
Add Hardware Wizard = hdwwiz.cpl
Add/Remove Programs = appwiz.cpl
Administrative Tools = control admintools
Automatic Updates = wuaucpl.cpl
Bluetooth Transfer Wizard = fsquirt
Calculator = calc
Certificate Manager = certmgr.msc
Character Map = charmap
Check Disk Utility = chkdsk
Clipboard Viewer = clipbrd
Command Prompt = cmd
Component Services = dcomcnfg
Computer Management = compmgmt.msc
Date and Time Properties = timedate.cpl
DDE Shares = ddeshare
Device Manager = devmgmt.msc
Direct X Control Panel (If Installed)* = directx.cpl
Direct X Troubleshooter = dxdiag
Disk Cleanup Utility = cleanmgr
Disk Defragment = dfrg.msc
Disk Management = diskmgmt.msc
Disk Partition Manager = diskpart
Display Properties = control desktop/desk.cpl
Dr. Watson System Troubleshooting Utility = drwtsn32
Driver Verifier Utility = verifier
Event Viewer = eventvwr.msc
File Signature Verification Tool = sigverif
Findfast = findfast.cpl
Folders Properties = control folders
Fonts = control fonts
Fonts Folder = fonts
Free Cell Card Game = freecell
Game Controllers = joy.cpl
Group Policy Editor (XP Prof) = gpedit.msc
Hearts Card Game = mshearts
Iexpress Wizard = iexpress
Indexing Service = ciadv.msc
Internet Properties = inetcpl.cpl
IP Configuration = ipconfig
Java Control Panel (If Installed) = jpicpl32.cpl
Java Application Cache Viewer (If Installed) = javaws
Keyboard Properties = control keyboard
Local Security Settings = secpol.msc
Local Users and Groups = lusrmgr.msc
Logs You Out Of Windows = logoff
Microsoft Chat = winchat
Minesweeper Game = winmine
Mouse Properties = control mouse
Mouse Properties = main.cpl
Network Connections = control netconnections
Network Connections = ncpa.cpl
Network Setup Wizard = netsetup.cpl
Notepad = notepad
Nview Desktop Manager (If Installed) = nvtuicpl.cpl
Object Packager = packager
ODBC Data Source Administrator = odbccp32.cpl
On Screen Keyboard = osk
Opens AC3 Filter (If Installed) = ac3filter.cpl
Password Properties = password.cpl
Performance Monitor = perfmon.msc
Performance Monitor = perfmon
Phone and Modem Options = telephon.cpl
Power Configuration = powercfg.cpl
Printers and Faxes = control printers
Printers Folder = printers
Private Character Editor = eudcedit
Quicktime (If Installed) = QuickTime.cpl
Regional Settings = intl.cpl
Registry Editor = regedit
Registry Editor = regedit32
Remote Desktop = mstsc
Removable Storage = ntmsmgr.msc
Removable Storage Operator Requests = ntmsoprq.msc
Resultant Set of Policy (XP Prof) = rsop.msc
Scanners and Cameras = sticpl.cpl
Scheduled Tasks = control schedtasks
Security Center = wscui.cpl
Services = services.msc
Shared Folders = fsmgmt.msc
Shuts Down Windows = shutdown
Sounds and Audio = mmsys.cpl
Spider Solitare Card Game = spider
SQL Client Configuration = cliconfg
System Configuration Editor = sysedit
System Configuration Utility = msconfig
System File Checker Utility = sfc
System Properties = sysdm.cpl
Task Manager = taskmgr
Telnet Client = telnet
User Account Management = nusrmgr.cpl
Utility Manager = utilman
Windows Firewall = firewall.cpl
Windows Magnifier = magnify
Windows Management Infrastructure = wmimgmt.msc
Windows System Security Tool = syskey
Windows Update Launches = wupdmgr
Windows XP Tour Wizard = tourstart
Wordpad = write

Hope someone finds it somewhat usefull!?!