How do I Check Boost Mobile Media Mail Online?

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How do I Check Boost Mobile Media Mail Online?
IDEN series Boost phones use SIM cards to connect to the multimedia network. (sim card image by Dragomir Uzunov from Fotolia.com)

Checking Boost Mobile media mail online lets you view picture messages sent from your Boost Mobile phone on your computer screen. The online Boost Mobile media mail feature also lets you save special messages permanently to your computer's hard drive. The online media mail functions are particularly helpful if your Boost model does not support direct USB syncing with other devices, as without sync capabilities or an SD card-equipped Boost phone, you would be unable to retrieve sent messages on any device other than your Boost Mobile phone. Boost Mobile automatically sends you a text message with your Media Mail website login credentials after you send your first multimedia message.

Skill level:
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Instructions

  1. 1

    Visit the Boost Mobile Media Mail sign-in site using your computer's Web browser.

  2. 2

    Sign in to the Media Mail system by entering your 10-digit Boost Mobile phone number and the password sent via text message. Check the "Remember Me" box if you want the site to store a cookie on your computer so that you don't need to enter your phone number and password each time you visit the site.

  3. 3

    Click "Sign In" to view your multimedia messages. Click on a subject name to view the multimedia data associated with the message.

  4. 4

    Right-click on images you want to save and click "Save Image As" in your Web browser to save a copy of your multimedia message images locally on your computer.

Tips and warnings

  • You must send at least one media message from your Boost Mobile phone before you can log in to the Media Mail website.

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