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Topic # 83282 13-May-2011 12:34
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Hi Everyone,

I'm hoping to get some recommendations on a good system for web to txt (or something similar). Basically we have a web based job management system here (which we wrote), with customer's mobile numbers it in.

It would be good if we could have a system where we could pass the mobile number via URL and then just type in the text and way we go. Obviously we'd also need to be able to receive texts back too.

Has anyone used a system like this or have any recommendations?

Any help appreciated, Cheers.


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  Reply # 468715 13-May-2011 13:33
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We have used Message Media for similar functionality www.messagemedia.co.nz
Works OK for us.



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  Reply # 468833 13-May-2011 16:32
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bulletin.net looks perfect with its HTTP APIs. Thanks for that!



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  Reply # 469174 14-May-2011 22:54
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OK so the previous poster's message has been removed, makes my post look kinda daft...and am I not able to edit my own message?

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