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Topic # 13165 25-Apr-2007 12:58
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Sorry to have to open another topic that is so similar to the previous ones.

We have a linux server which will send us a page on our beeper automatically if other servers we are monitoring go down or have problem. Now carrying two mobile phone and a pager plus a digital camera and a tool belt makes me look like batman. So I think if we can using the same method to send SMS to one of my phone instead... best to be Telecom.. as it is a work one. I was searching around Google about a gateway that will work with both Telecom and Vodafone in New Zealand, and come by two old threads.

We have already install SMS-client on our Debian box, but no gateway to go via. I have also checked out pageGate, Clickatell, Net24 but not sure what to do next, I mean it works fine on Windows.

Could someone point me some direction? Thanks






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Reply # 68427 25-Apr-2007 13:31
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Clickatell (aff link) has got lots of services and gateways availalbe, including POST, XML interfaces. And it works with both Vodafone and Telecom.








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Reply # 68428 25-Apr-2007 13:36
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They have a SMPP gateway, so I assume you only need a SMPP client on your box. They also have an email-to-SMS gateway.







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  Reply # 68441 25-Apr-2007 15:06
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I'll give that a go. Thank you Mauricio




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