1. Open Outlook.
  2. Click “Email.”
  3. Enter the recipient’s cell phone number in the “To:” field. Make sure to use their ten-digit cell phone number, followed by the “@” symbol.
  4. After the “@” symbol, add the recipient’s cell phone carrier. See below for a list of cell phone carriers and their matching “@” addresses.
    • Sprint: messaging.sprintpcs.com
    • AT&T: txt.att.net
    • Qwest: qwestmp.com
    • T-Mobile: tmomail.net
    • Verizon: vtext.com
    • Virgin: vmobl.com
    • Nextel: messaging.nextel.com
    • Alltel: message.alltel.com
    • Metro: mymetropcs.com
    • Powertel: ptel.com
    • Boost: myboostmobile.com
    • Suncom: tms.suncom.com
    • Tracfone: mmst5.tracfone.com
    • U.S. Cellular: email.uscc.net
  5. Type your message in the body of the email. Keep your message short.
  6. Click “Send.” Your email will now show up as a text on the recipient’s cell phone.