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The message is then forwarded to the carrier's MMS store and forward server, known as the MMSC (Multimedia Messaging Service Centre).
If the receiver is on a carrier different from the sender, then the MMSC acts as a relay, and forwards the message to the MMSC of the recipient's carrier using the internet.
Users and providers may refer to such a message as a PXT, a picture message, or a multimedia message.
The MMS standard extends the core SMS (Short Message Service) capability, allowing the exchange of text messages greater than 160 characters in length.
An SMS "control message" containing the URL of the content is then sent to the recipient's handset to trigger the receiver's WAP browser to open and receive the content from the embedded URL.
Several other messages are exchanged to indicate the status of the delivery attempt.On the reception side, the content servers can typically receive service requests both from WAP and normal HTTP browsers, so delivery via the web is simple.For sending from external sources to handsets, most carriers allow a MIME encoded message to be sent to the receiver's phone number using a special e-mail address combining the recipient's public phone number and a special domain name, which is typically carrier-specific.This behavior is usually known as a "legacy experience" since content can still be received by a phone number, even if the phone itself does not support MMS.The method for determining whether a handset is MMS capable is not specified by the standards.Once the recipient's MMSC has received a message, it first determines whether the receiver's handset is "MMS capable", that it supports the standards for receiving MMS.