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I have a Google Voice number that accepts SMS messages and I need an email address that can be used to send SMS messages to my Google Voice number. What is the email address for Google Voice assuming my Google Voice phone number were: (201) 555-1234?

For example, if you have T-Mobile, you could use: 2015551234@tmomail.net

So what is the corresponding email address for Google Voice?

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I'm afraid there isn't one. –  Al E. Aug 6 '11 at 18:53

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You may want to investigate IF This Then That and maybe their recipe that allows you to automatically forward a e-mail message to a phone via SMS. This recipe may not fully work for you, depending on your needs, but this is a start.

ifttt is truly a godsend when it comes to connecting different services.

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You might want to check out gvmax.com, there's only 3 steps:

  1. Sign up with your GV account details
  2. Note the <apikey> GVMax gives you
  3. Send any email from anywhere to: <apikey>-<yourgvnumber>@my.gvmax.com and you will almost instantly receive the contents of the email as an SMS message in your own GV account. Note that there's a hyphen (-) between the two parameters in that address.
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Do you have any sort of affiliation with this service? Please note per our FAQ you need to disclose your affiliation. –  Al E. Dec 21 '12 at 13:46

I just used other and put in my e-mail address. No, it won't actually hit my Google Voice, but it does allow me to sign up for the service and confirm the code.

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This answer does not answer or try to provide a work around for the question being asked. Please try to keep answers related to the actual questions being asked. –  Bradley A. Tetreault Oct 16 '12 at 21:03

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