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sending and receiving SMS from various applications

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Current version overview:

SAEAUT SMS Server is an application that allows other client applications to send and receive SMS messages.

SAEAUT SMS Server enables:

  1. sending and receiving SMS messages via devices with a GSM modem
  2. cooperation with other applications via shared database file

It is an application with user interface (UI) for setting communication parameters, phone numbers, user groups, logging of activities. If you would prefere alike functionality provided by application without UI, try, please, our product  SAEAUT SMS Service containing  Windows Service without UI and independent configuration application with UI.

Main features:

  1. creation of event and user structure that should receive a SMS message
  2. sending SMS message created by the client application
  3. sending SMS message based on event generated by client application
  4. receiving SMS message and processing
  5. displaying reports about sent / received SMS messages
  6. it uses PDU for message transfer to the GSM modem
  7. It is tested with more a few types of GSM modems and GSM services providers

It can be used:

  1. with our example desktop client application for easy sending SMS from your computer or another computer in LAN
  2. with our example web client application for writing SMS in web browser, sending it from your web server to the SMS recipient
  3. with your client application which cooperates with SAEAUT SMS server
  4. with another our application OpcDbGateway for complex condition based messaging

SAEAUT SMS Server


Sending SMS to defined group of recipents

Sending SMS


Sending SMS to defined user group
  • User application adds a new record into database for sending SMS in a predefined format: group number; text
  • When SMS Server detects a new record in the database, it retrieves users who belong to given user group.
  • A SMS message is created based on the retrieved data and sent to each of the users via connected GSM modem.


Sending SMS to a specified phone number

Sending SMS


Sending user-defined SMS message:
  • User application adds a new record into database for sending SMS. This record has to contain two inputs:
    1. Recipent's phone number (in separate column)
    2. Text of SMS message (in separate column)
  • When SMS Server detects a new record in the database, it retrieves the phone number and the text of SMS message.
  • A SMS is created based on the retrieved data and sent to the specified phone number via connected GSM modem.


Receiving SMS

Receiving SMS


Receiving SMS message
  • When SMS Server receives a SMS message, these data are stored in the database of received SMS.
  • When the client application detects a new record in the database, it retrieves the data (phone number and the text of SMS) and displays them.
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