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RE: Nokia 6021 - smsd and mysql - pulls out Inbox messages but not Sent
RE: Nokia 6021 - smsd and mysql - pulls out Inbox messages but not Sent items messages
Fri, 30 Dec 2011 13:50:18 +0000
Maybe I have gotten confused - I thought the sent items worked the same way as
the inbox in the sense that it polls the folder and pulls out whats in it.
Basically I have a problem where nagios can flood the phone with sms alerts to
send out and they all appear to be sent out at the exact same second according
to Nagios. When this happens no texts are ever received even though Nagios says
they were sent.
So I would pointed off to using the smsd with mysql to manage the congestion
issues and it should send any messages that are in the tables that are not
marked as sent.
So in light of what you said I just need to get Nagios to send its messages to
the sql first instead of directly out to the contacts and then sql sends the
message back to the phone to send out?
Do you have any info on how to manage this as I currently have nagios commands
to send directly to mobile phone number
Command_line /usr/bin/printf "%b" "***Nagios***\n\n
$NOTIFICATIONTYPE$\n\n $HOSTALIAS$ is $HOSTSTATE$" ¦ /usr/bin/gnokii --sendsms
From: address@hidden [mailto:address@hidden On Behalf Of Jan Derfinak
Sent: 30 December 2011 13:18
To: Discussion forum for gnokii users.
Subject: Re: Nokia 6021 - smsd and mysql - pulls out Inbox messages but not
Sent items messages
On Fri, 30 Dec 2011, Andrew Thompson wrote:
> It moves any items out of the Inbox to the sql table but still leaves
> behind anything in the sent items folder on the phone.
Smsd doesn't care about phone's sent folder. It checks only phone's inbox
> Do I have to leave the smsd command running all the time instead of
> manually stopping it with CTRL+C?
Yes, you can if you want.
> How do I get the Sent Items off of the phone as these are the ones I want.
> The phone will not ever receive any inbox messages its purely going to
> be sending out texts from Nagios and that’s it.
I don't understand why is Sent folder important for you. It contains messages
you sent from phone. If I remember right, you can set in phone's messages
settings if want to save sent messages.
For nagios use, the sent folder is not important. All what you need is to set
nagios to insert new messages to outbox table. Smsd will periodicaly checks
outbox table and will sent new messages from this table to recepients.