This page applies ti b2evo 0.9.0
Originally posted by r0nh on the forums
MMS is a way to post messages to a web page by just using your MMS-enabled mobile phone. Entries diary can contain text, images and sound (such as voice recordings or a music file). Messages are posted in a bit of an unorthadox way though by (ab)using the MMS functionality in your phone. The script mms.php pretends to be an MMS Proxy-Relay.
What you need to do to use this is to set the URL to that script (on whatever host you install it) in your phone. So say for instance that you install the script in http://yourdomain.com/mms.php. Then you would insert that address as message server in your phone where you now have the operator's MMS Proxy-Relay. Of course, by doing so you cannot send "real" MMS:es anymore (till you change it back).
On my 7650 it's down in "Messaging -> Options -> Settings -> Multimedia message" and in there there are two options "preferred connection" and "secondary conn." When you choose the primary it gives you a choice of your default access points. You can either edit your provider's one or make a new one (which I did). On making a new one you can create it based on another profile. ("Options --> New Access point --> use existing settings") The setting that you need to edit is called 'home page' on the nokias. Use this new connection as your default MMS connection.
Then all you need to do when you want to make a entry is to compose a message, with images and texts and maybe sounds, with on the first line login and password and send it away and it will appear on the web page. The to-address is not necessary since it won't be transmitted to anyone of course, but most phones complain if you don't write anything there so you need to write at least something there.
Some operators have a very weird view of the mobile internet. They only want to let their users use their parts - parts that give income to the operator. Operator's worst fear is to become a stupid bit-pipe and therefore some have choosen the path to restrict access to the Internet.
So they don't let you run your own MMC and you have to use the one they have provided you with, where you have to pay for whatever they decide an MMS costs.