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Re: can gnokii do this?

From: Pawel Kot
Subject: Re: can gnokii do this?
Date: Mon, 8 Apr 2002 00:16:07 +0200 (CEST)

On Sun, 7 Apr 2002, Bostjan Muller wrote:

> * On 07-04-02 at 21:11 Pawel Kot (address@hidden) wrote:
> +----Here quoted text begins----+
> > > Is the following possible with gnokii?
> > > I have two nokia phones, one would constantly be connected to server,
> > > the other mobile. I would like to send an sms from the mobile to the one
> > > on the server, to recieve status reports, or even issue some commands if
> > > neccessary. (the gsm on the server is nokia 5110 and the mobile one is
> > > nokia 6210). Can that be done without modifying gnokii source? Or would
> > > I have to write my own program?
> >
> > Frankly I don't understand what you would like to do, but you may want to
> > take a closer look at smsd (smsd dir) and smsreader (from gnokii.c).
> +----and here the quote ends----+
> I'd like to send an sms from one phone to another gsm connected to the
> pc, and than have some program read the contents of the sms and execute
> the commands in it if neccessary (if the syntax of the sms would tell
> him to do so).

In short. You will need to do some coding. But both smsd and smsreader
are capable to do what you want. smsd is known to be more stable. At least
in my tests. Both solution do save the incoming SMS at the moment, but you
can do with them whatever you want.

Similiar algorithm to the one in smsd is used in xgnokii.

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