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MMS2LJ 1.0 Production Release Launched [Sep. 9th, 2005|03:04 pm]
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MMS2LJ is a gateway system allowing you to post pictures to your LiveJournal blog directly from your mobile device. MMS2LJ supports ANY device that is able to send MMS or simply e-mail message with picture attachment. Currently MMS2LJ is FREE OF CHARGE and allows unlimited storage for your pictures, but the picture size is limited to 256 KB. MMS2LJ is very simple to use: all you need is sending MMS to gateway email address, and the system will do the rest for you. To use MMS2LJ, you need to register MMS2LJ account. After registration you will be able to post picture messages via MMS2LJ using your mobile device or email client.

Details: http://mms2lj.net/
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[User Picture]From: kritikal
2005-09-13 04:09 pm (UTC)
So you're going to house my LJ u/p? I don't think so.
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[User Picture]From: lifftchi
2005-09-13 05:08 pm (UTC)
This sounds like a problem that OpenID can fix.
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[User Picture]From: xfyre
2005-09-14 01:14 am (UTC)
I thought about it, but OpenID is still applicable only for creating comments, not posting entries.
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[User Picture]From: xfyre
2005-09-14 01:12 am (UTC)
In case you are using simplified auth (by mobile number/message headers) - yes, it does (because otherwise it's unable to post to LJ on your behalf). But it's encrypted additionally and cannot be decrypted without knowing some of your personal information that may also be obtained from MMS headers.

If one is using standard auth (by gateway password) - LJ password is not stored on gateway; MMS2LJ keeps only part of MD5 password hash (while user has other part), so full MD5 password hash is being reassembled only while gateway processes the message. Of course it's impossible to restore password while you have only one part of its MD5 hash.

I was very concerned about security issues while I was developing MMS2LJ, so there's a lot of measures taken to keep uses'r privacy intact.
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