Yes, you can control the order of how MMS attachments are displayed in a message by using a .SMIL file, with HTTP or MM4. SMIL is a presentation language that is used to configure how an MMS message is displayed. Outside of using a .SMIL file, we will pass on the content of the message in the order received. We cannot guarantee it will be delivered in the right order however.
Here is a sample of what a SMIL file would look like:
<smil><!--The SMIL file must start with a <smil> tag and end with the </smil> closing tag.-->
<seq> <!-- To play clips in sequence, use the <seq> ("sequence") SMIL tag.-->
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