SmsTools - SMS Server Tools

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The SMS Server Tools send and receive short messages through GSM modems or mobile phones. This tool can send short messages by simply storing text files into a special spool directory. The program monitors this directory and sends new files automatically. It also stores received short messages into another directory as text files.

The program can run other external programs or scripts after events like reception of a new message, successful sending and also when a problem has been detected. These external programs can inspect the related text files and perform automatic actions, for example storing information into a database, sending an automatic reply, forwarding messages via eMail etc.

When you send a message with this software, you have to pay exactly the same price as when you send normally with your mobile. Most phone network provider take a fixed price per SMS and also offer tarrif options to lower the price. You can save a lot of money by selecting the right tarrif for your SIM cards.



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