PySMS - Python SMS Messenger

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PySMS is a package, written in Python, which communicates with a mobile phone, allowing SMS messages to be sent and received. It includes an XML- RPC server, allowing the resource to be shared across a network. There is also a message - response mechanism, which allows an automatic response to messages to be specified, based on the content of the message. This allows you to, for example, run commands on your server and return a summary of the results to your phone, via SMS.



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