SMS Reception Center Free Download

Version: 1.95   (version history)
Date: February 09, 2010

Free To Try

OS: Windows
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Author: SW4ME.Com Programmers Group

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SMS Reception Center Description

SMS Reception Center Free Download.

SmsRc is a programmable autoprocessor for incoming SMS messages. It may take various action when SMS arrives: send e-mail, run a program, update ODBC-compatible database, make HTTP query etc.

SmsRc uses a mobile phone or GSM modem attached to your PC to send and receive messages. SMS gateway may be used too.

SmsRc contains a built-in SMTP server that will forward e-mail messages as SMS to one or multiple recipients, and a built-in SOAP server that may be used for programmatic control of SmsRc.

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