- Mbuni (Linux)
- NowSMS (Windows)
- MMSClient (Linux)
- Gnokii (Linux)
Combined with that, I am trying to work out what GPRS modem to use. The Vodem does not support linux although I have found this reference for getting it to work on Ubuntu ... http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=1774427 which looks promising I guess. I have also found these ... http://www.telit.co.it/modules.asp, which are available from the local company Glyn High Tech Distributions.
It would be nice if I could do this with MMSClient and one of the modules from Telit as I can then organise this in my client application. If I use MBuni for example then I will need to host an MBuni server which my application will then work through.
Still progressing this ....
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Comment by barf, on 15-May-2007 14:55
most GSM/GPRS/3G modems that I've seen use a RS-232 or usb-serial connection to the computer and support the ETSI GSM AT command set which is documented here:
Comment by Bwooce, on 15-May-2007 18:56
Um, fundamentally sending an MMS is a data session thing. Not an SMS thing (receipt is another matter, a special SMS is the trigger for this). So you should be able to set up a data session using the MMS profile, but then you'll need an app to send the MM1 (? I forget) commands within the data session.
So you'll need the AT commands to start the session correctly, but beyond that you'll want to use an app or look at a different 3GPP spec for the MM1 (again, check) interface details.
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