Last post Apr 28, 2005 01:06 AM by farheen
Apr 27, 2005 12:28 AM|Zyess|LINK
Apr 27, 2005 11:48 AM|farheen|LINK
Could you re-explain your problem as i'm not sure what you mean?
In any case, you should send an SMS back to the custoemr whether the product is available or not, just to let them you know received their message, and that is just a case of using http to post a request to your sms gateway.
Apr 27, 2005 10:14 PM|Zyess|LINK
But i just want to send the message from the mobile application and the message is received by the openwave emulator without going through sms gateway (Is it possible?)......i can change my mind to use sms gateway but i really do not have idea in doing that...do
you guys have any step-by-step guide of doing this??? THANKX...
Apr 28, 2005 01:06 AM|farheen|LINK
I myself have never used, or heard of, the openwave emulator. But in any case, the two easiest ways of sending SMS through a gateway are 1) via e-mail and 2) via http.
1) Via e-mail.
To send an SMS via email, you have to send the gateway the details of your SMS as an email. This [url=http://www.tm4b.com]sms gateway[/url], for example, requires you to send your SMS messages using html-style tags such as <recipient>4477654564545</receipient>,
<message>this is the message</message> etc. The gateway then translates that into a message which is then sent off immediately (if the gateway is good!).
2. Via http
To send an SMS via http, you simply call a url with the details of your message using http post or http get. E.g.
Hope that makes sense for you. It's much easier than you think!