This download will enable you to send SMS text messages through most Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) mobile phones connected to your PC using Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 and Microsoft Office Outlook 2003.
This download will enable you to send SMS text messages through most GSM mobile phones connected to your PC using Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2003.
You can enter your SMS text within a Outlook-type entry form and have it sent to your mobile phone for delivery through your mobile phone network service. There is no requirement to install third-party software or to subscribe to additional mobile network services if your mobile phone can be connected to your PC. This is typically via an infrared connection, Bluetooth technology, or a USB/serial cable.
The SMS messages can be saved as a draft, grouped, and forwarded like standard Microsoft Outlook e-mail.
- Manage SMS messages just like emails – Save drafts, Sent items, Print
- Forward as email and SMS
- Lookup and resolve phone numbers to your existing Microsoft Outlook contacts
- Use speller and proofing tools
- Cut and paste text from other applications
- This program is a free product and is not supported by Microsoft.
- The Outlook SMS Add-in can only send messages from Microsoft Outlook to a mobile phone. It is not currently possible to retrieve messages from the mobile phone using Microsoft Outlook.
- This program only supports standard SMS. Flash SMS and MMS are not supported. Other data such as ring tones and logos are not supported. Multiple SMS sending is not allowed.
- The Microsoft Outlook SMS Add-in only allows you to type short messages that will be transmitted by a mobile phone. Transmission quality is subject to the phone service provider and hence Microsoft cannot be responsible for the quality of end-to-end transmission.
- All costs associated in sending SMS messages are subject to the policies of your mobile phone service provider. Hence, Microsoft cannot be responsible for any transmission costs. Please refer to your carrier’s contract for billing information.
- The Microsoft Outlook SMS Add-in does not support non-PDU standard GSM phones. Check with your manufacturer for details about PDU.
For additional information see Outlook SMS Add-in: Frequently Asked Questions.
Supported Operating System
Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows XP
- This download works with the following Office programs:
- Microsoft Office Outlook 2007
- Microsoft Office Outlook 2003
- Supported mobile phone service:
- GSM standard phone with PC connection
To install this download:
Instructions for use:
- Download the file by clicking the Download button (above) and saving the file to your hard disk.
- Double-click the mosa_usEN.exe program file on your hard disk to start the Setup program.
- Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation.
After you install this download, launch Microsoft Outlook. A new toolbar, Microsoft Office Outlook SMS Add-in
, will be displayed.
To remove this download:
- On the Microsoft Office Outlook SMS Add-in toolbar, set your Options.
- To send a message, select the New SMS Message button. A dialog will display the following fields:
- Mobile phone number - Enter the contact name or phone number of the person you are sending SMS text messages. You can use Microsoft Outlook Contacts that have mobile telephone numbers in the Mobile Phone field of your Contacts' records.
- SMS text - Enter your SMS message text.
- To send the message, connect your GSM mobile phone to your PC and then press the Send button. If you do not wish to send the SMS message immediately, you can save it as a draft.
To remove the download file, delete the file mosa_usEN.exe
- On the Start menu, point to Settings and then click Control Panel.
- Double-click Add/Remove Programs.
- In the list of currently installed programs, select Office Add-in: MOSA (Microsoft Outlook SMS Add-in) and then click Remove or Add/Remove. If a dialog box appears, follow the instructions to remove the program.
- Click Yes or OK to confirm that you want to remove the program.