Program SimpleSMS Is intended To receive and send text messages (SMS messages) directly from the computer, through a regular cell phone connected to it. To send a text message, you create a text file, send it as a parameter to the program, and send messages via the cell phone (NOT THROUGH FREE GATEWAYS) connected to the computer. Program WORKS WITH ANY CELL PHONE , Understanding AT commands. Also works with USSD-requests. At the moment the program SimpleSMS It has Three main functions 1) send SMS (SMS) 2) receive SMS (SMS) 3) send USSD requests and receive a flash message in response All the work with the program goes through the command line, i.e. No visual interface for the program. The main idea of the program Is an intermediary between your program and a cell phone that executes your program instructions (read-send SMS). In other words, SimpleSMS allows you to easily integrate the possibility of using SMS in your program. The very same program SimpleSMS communicates with a cell phone with the help of AT commands, so your phone should also support the work of AT commands.
Sending and receiving messages occurs via a cellular phone connected to the computer. The messages for sending and the recipients are contained in an ordinary text file. The file can either be prepared manually, or (and usually it's done), the file is prepared by another program, which provides the file we need. For example, the 1C program generates a text file for sending customers information about the current state of their accounts. If you have some kind of notification system (this is typical for network administrators), it can also use the ability to run SimpleSMS in command mode. Perhaps you need to periodically send the same information to different numbers (SMS-voting, etc.), you also need this program. At the command to receive SMS, the program generates a text file with the received messages.