The simplest way to keep copies of video messaging you send to your friends is to copy yourself in the e-mail, the same way you would when sending files from your computer. This also works for picture messaging. Remember to download the media to a more permanent storage solution before your cell phone memory card gets too full.
Some wireless providers place a limit on the size of the video messaging file sent. If you send a file too large, you may receive any text message connected with the file, but no video. If you are trying to send a long video messaging file to another network but the video is missing on the receiving end, the culprit could be the large file size.
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