What are SMS Notifications and how do I set it up?

A notice can be sent to your SMS-Enabled cellphone when you receive a request for information. This works by sending an email to your phone using a special email address provided by your cellular provider. The length of these messages is limited to 160 characters, so not all of the information from the request for information form will be included. This feature is enabled by entering your SMS email address. To disable this feature leave the SMS email address blank.

Here is an explanation of SMS from Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Short_message_service

Your SMS address is usually your telephone number @ your service provider's messaging gateway.

Service Provider SMS Address Format
Verizon 6125551234@vzwpix.com
Sprint 6125551234@messaging.sprintpcs.com


Nextel 6125551234@messaging.nextel.com
AT&T 6125551234@txt.att.net
T-Mobile 6125551234@tmomail.net
US Cellular 6125551234@email.uscc.net
Unicel 6125551234@utext.com
Telus 6125551234@telus.com
Rogers 6125551234@telus.com
Virgin Mobile 6125551234@vmobl.com
Alltel 6125551234@message.alltel.com
CellularOne 6125551234@mobile.celloneusa.com
OmniPoint 6125551234@omnipointpcs.com
Qwest 6125551234@qwestmp.com

If your cellular provider is not listed, please contact them directly to determine your SMS address or go here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SMS_gateway