New answers tagged google-voice
Yes. On a computer go to Google Voice, go to the "My Number" page, and select "change/port", and finally, select use my mobile number. Google Voice will guide you thru the rest of the process.
I liked SoulWinter's Apple Script idea but it didn't quite work for me. I wasted a lot of time trying to get the Python programs to work which just seem to be too far out of date. I modified it to work as follows. I was using Chrome, so you might need to change "Google Chrome" to your browser if you aren't. You also need to change X to the number of unread ...
Google wants (and does) forward a Google text message to email itself. It puts some encrypted string along with. For example if you send a message from 222-333-4444 to 222-333-4445, the corresponding email address it would result is 12223334444.12223334445.m46hV-2FW5@txt.voice.google.com and the reply should be from the same email to the same text otherwise ...
It works under AT&T I currently use and receive Auto text notifications under this carrier for many services.
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