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RE: Another 6210 Bug? Or I am Just Stupid ??

From: Edward Finlayson
Subject: RE: Another 6210 Bug? Or I am Just Stupid ??
Date: Thu, 1 Aug 2002 13:42:44 +0100

Hi Markus,
        Yes, all incoming messages get dumped to the inbox table the database 
called sms, then deleted form the phone. conversely all messages in the outbox 
get sent and then a flag field in the table set. This would then be used for 
cross billing
to my client. the basic outline for these tables are as in sms.tables.mysql.sql 
with processed
being the flag and processed_date being a timestamp for this operation.
There is no need to delete records from either table as my invoicing routines 
will take care of this.

to recap:

        incoming mail to inbox setting number,smsdate,insertdate and text but 
leaving processed '0'.
        unprocessed mail in outbox sent, setting processed_date, processed and 
error (if required).

This, I believe is the default smsd behaviour and shouldn't require you too 
much work.

One silly question, when you send the patch would you please give me some 
instructions on how
to apply it to the source tree prior to recompiling?

Thanks again for your help.

        I must say, this is the most helpful usergroup that I have ever had the 
pleasure of being a member of.
        (it's been months since I last read a flaming on here. What a 
refreshing change :-) ).

-----Original Message-----
From:   Markus Plail [SMTP:address@hidden
Sent:   Thursday, August 01, 2002 12:54 PM
To:     address@hidden
Subject:        Re: Another 6210 Bug? Or I am Just Stupid ??

Hi Edward!

* Edward Finlayson writes:
> Thanks for the input Jano,

> I glad to see that someone may have a fresh perspective on my little
> problem, and I welcome all and any input to the discussion. 

It may be a fresh perspective, but it doesn't change anything, really.

> I thought that this was a dead subject as I haven't heard anything
> more from Markus - too busy perhaps. Ironically, what I want to do is
> pretty much exactly what smsd is documented to do. That is, manage sms
> messages in both directions from MySQL tables. I have just three more
> questions for you :-

I am doing WAP stuff for 6510 series at the moment. Should hopefully be
completed today. I could send a patch making smsd work with 6210 phones
tomorrow then. This patch will break compatibility with any other phone
series though. What you want is, that all messages in Inbox get saved
to the DB and can then be deleted in the phone, right?


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