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When you choose eFone you get a full featured two-way email to SMS gateway, fully featured Web Mail interface, a POP3 server, Web to SMS, API and more. You can try eFone for free - you need a GSM modem and a Linux computer running RedHat 7.x. Please note: eFone is NOT a desktop application for the Microsoft Windows environment. It is a Server application suite designed to run on Unix servers.
GSM PC-to-phone SMS Server software to send and receive SMS messages. This two-way text messaging solution helps the developers, who want to add SMS functionality to their application (SQL-SMS gateway, SMS-File gateway) It is included PHP, ASP support, Delphi component and Excel & Wclient . Easy to create autoreply function with code samples. Features: Addressbook, Logfile, Notification functionality, Long SMS messages handle, TCP/IP connection.
SMS software that lets you create your own SMS gateway, SMS server or SMS router, and also run and distribute various SMS events and services, such as SMS Voting, SMS TV Chat, SMS Info, SMS Survey, SMS Quiz, etc. SMS Studio is capable of using various SMS protocols (SMPP, HTTP, ODBC, CSP, GSM AT, Nokia FBUS, etc.) for exchanging SMS messages with a range of SMS gateway entities (SMS center, SMS server, SMS router), client SMS applications and mobile devices. You need is an SMS gateway account or a mobile device attached to your computer and you are ready to start.
PageGate allows for network paging or network wide SMS messaging through a combination of the following methords: email, webpage, commandline, textfile, Internet, serial port, modem, mobile phone, wireless modem, direct database access and windows client. SMS or text messages can be sent to alphanumeric pagers, numeric pagers, cell phones, PIMs, billboards, pcmcia pager cards, etc....
PageGate supports several delivery protocols and delivery methods. Messages can be delivered via the Internet using the following protocols: SNPP, WCTP, and SMTP (email). Messages can be delivered via modem using the following protocols: TAP, UCP, GSM, and touch Tones. Messages can also be delivered directly to a terminal or encoder via a direct serial (RS232) connection.
The VisualGSM SMS Broadcast Server Lite Plus offers the capability to broadcast Chinese/English SMS from your desktop PC using data cables/IrDA, and also allows integration into existing web sites, enabling them to broadcast SMS.
SMSGateWay is an e-mail to SMS gateway which runs under Windows 98/NT/2000. It allows sending of SMS text messages from any SMTP capable e-mail system to any SMS enabled GSM/PCS phone. SMTP capable e-mail systems include Novell GroupWise, Microsoft exchange, cc:Mail and Lotus Notes. Also available as a bidirectional version.
SMSC-Sender is a 32-bit (Win95/98/NT/2000/XP/2003) server deamon for dispatching SMS messages to a mobile phone through networks whose dial in service centre supports the UCP or TAP protocol. The application requires a properly installed TAPI compliant modem. Through a landline the SMSC is contacted by the application to deliver the SMS messages. SMSC-Sender has a queueing feature enabling other applications to use the tool for sending out SMS messages. Sample coding is provided for ASP pages. This version also includes a free standalone web server that allows you to send out SMS messages from a simple web browser.
Oxygen SMS Gateway allows uninterruptable communication between people regardless of the service used. Current version supports two services: SMS and e-mail. It means that people having at least one of these services can communicate with each other. A main feature of Oxygen SMS Gateway is that it is bidirectional. You can send SMS to e-mail address and vice versa. Then you can receive the answer, reply to this answer and so on.
Comprehensive SMS Gateway. Filter incoming messages and define actions. For example, filter messages matching 'notify activexperts', reply the sender and write the message to an Access database (action2). VBScript is the default scripting language; the software supports GSM phones and SMS devices through serial cable, Bluetooth or Infrared, and SMSC dial-in providers according the TAP/XIO and UCP standards.