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dumbo20040
May 21st, 2004, 01:57 AM
Hi there,

http://www.ozekisms.com

Powerful gsm sms http sms gateway for webdevelopers. Used by programming gurus to process two-way text (examples)
The HTTP SMS Server is a useful tool that empowers you with the ability to send a normal text message to anyone or any group in the world using GSM mobiles from a desktop, a website and a custom built applications. It empowers small and mid-size organizations to SMS-enable a website 24 hours a day, seven days a week.It requires a GSM modem: Wavecom, Siemens, Nokia, Sagem, Ericsson, Motorola can be used. The HTTP SMS Gateway makes it easy for everyone who interacts with your business systems to locate the information they need quickly, and to complete common tasks with a minimum of extra effort.

see php and asp script-exaples.

the other cool software of ozeki is also worth to check (Ozeki SMS Server) http://www.ozeki.hu

have fun!

Dumbo

CP/M User
May 22nd, 2004, 01:56 AM
Can I send e-mails to SMS & visa-versa? (It's all Digital
you know! ;-)

Cheers,
CP/M User.

Terry Yager
May 22nd, 2004, 08:51 AM
Can I send e-mails to SMS & visa-versa? (It's all Digital
you know! ;-)

Cheers,
CP/M User.

Define:SMS


Short Message Service: available on digital GSM networks allowing text messages of up to 160 characters to be sent and received via the network operator's message center to your mobile phone, or from the Internet, using a so-called "SMS gateway" website. If the phone is powered off or out of range, messages are stored in the network and are delivered at the next opportunity.
www.symbian.com/technology/glossary.html

I didn't know, so I had to look it up. From this definition, it would appear that you can send & recieve messages from your PC, thru a SMS gateway.

--T

CP/M User
May 22nd, 2004, 03:43 PM
"Terry Yager" wrote:

> Can I send e-mails to SMS & visa-versa? (It's all Digital
> you know! ;-)

> Define:SMS

So Much Sex!

> I didn't know, so I had to look it up. From this
> definition, it would appear that you can send & recieve
> messages from your PC, thru a SMS gateway.

I know what he said, but why can't he say it in plain
English, instead of talking like a network administrator, I
mean with all the things going on in the world, people
expect you to be a Doctor sometimes & a Network
Administrator another. All the technology I've seen
associated with Mobiles, you can use a PC in conjunction
with one, it's not usually sending/recieving e-mails, but
with some other support Computers have. Ironically, it's
Mobiles which can be harmful to your computer!

CP/M User.

Terry Yager
May 22nd, 2004, 09:04 PM
I know what he said, but why can't he say it in plain
English, instead of talking like a network administrator, I
mean with all the things going on in the world, people
expect you to be a Doctor sometimes & a Network
Administrator another. All the technology I've seen
associated with Mobiles, you can use a PC in conjunction
with one, it's not usually sending/recieving e-mails, but
with some other support Computers have. Ironically, it's
Mobiles which can be harmful to your computer!

CP/M User.

I know what ya mean. The original post was kind of an alphabet soup, with all it's gsm-this and sms-that, liberally spiced with php's, asp's and even the occaisional http. (Of course, I'm sometimes guilty of that myself, throwing around abreviations the way I do).

--T

CP/M User
May 22nd, 2004, 11:30 PM
"Terry Yager" wrote:

> I know what ya mean. The original post was kind
> of an alphabet soup, with all it's gsm-this and
> sms-that, liberally spiced with php's, asp's and
> even the occaisional http. (Of course, I'm
> sometimes guilty of that myself, throwing around
> abreviations the way I do).

Well it's not your fault this time.

Usually the e-mail protocol is:

mailto://youaddress@yourISP.typeofbusiness.somewhere

Cheers,
CP/M User.