Nov 7, 2018

E-mail to Text Service Commands of Rogers Canada

See also: Free text messages to Rogers Wireless cell phones


User Commands

Using the REPLY option on your phone, use the following commands to interact with the E-mail to Text service.
Use one of the following Commands to reply to the initial alert message:
Command Short Forms Description
Read R Reads or gets the next part of the message
Block B Adds the sender to your "deny" list (spam control*)

Use the following commands to interact with received messages:
Command Short Forms Description
Read R Reads or gets the next part of the message
Block B Adds the sender to your "deny" list (spam control*)
Forwardemail@addr.com F Forward the entire e-mail message (including attachments) to another e-mail address
Forward addr1; addr2; addr... F Forward the entire e-mail message to a list of e-mail addresses (separate addresses with semicolons)
Get cc Gcc, G cc Retrieves the cc list on a received message
Any other text   Replying with any other text will send that text back to the original sender as a reply to the sender's email

Administrative Commands

Use these commands to manage your service.
Just send a command as a text message to "0000000000". (10 zeros)
Command Description
Subscribe Turns the E-Mail to Text service on
unSubscribe Turns the E-Mail to Text service off
Alias name Defines your alias (e.g. name@pcs.rogers.com)
Name your name Defines a familiar name (e.g. "John Smith"), in addition to the e-mail alias, for outbound e-mails from your phone
number off Turns alerts off for e-mail sent to number@pcs.rogers.com.
Note: You must define an alias in order to use this command!
number on Turns alerts for number@pcs.rogers.com back on
cc on All replies will be sent to all addresses in the 'To' and 'cc' fields of the original received e-mail
cc off Turns carbon copy reply off
Allowemail@addr.com Add a sender to the "allow" list, removing that sender from the "deny" list if necessary. (spam control*)
Allowdomain.com Add any address from a domain to the "allow" list (any user@domain.com)
Blockemail@addr.com Add a sender to the "deny" list, removing that sender from the "allow" list if necessary. (spam control*)
Blockdomain.com Add any address from a domain to the "deny" list (any user@domain.com)
Francais Request service in French
Help Returns a list of help topics
Help command Returns help for using a specific command