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Rating: 4.3 (149 ) Cost: Free Downloads: 10,000 - 50,000
1. Periodically checks for e-mails via POP3 and send them via SMS.
2. Send SMS by HTTP GET request on its internal webserver.
3. Forward received SMS to desired e-mail via SMTP.
4. Forward received SMS by calling remote webserver via HTTP GET.
Example PHP code: http://pastebin.com/h8eAkjMN
nikunj - 2011-04-13
I would like to rate it 5. This is very good application..works gr8...
Richard - 2011-08-22
My SGS2 is set to *not* request delivery reports, but this app requests them anyway. It costs me 5 cents per sms and I send about 650 per month. The other improvement could be to change pop polling depending on time of day.
Djpeacekeeper - 2011-02-11
Has anyone figured out the http get portion yet? I'm trying to forward texts to a database but this app doesn't seem to do it
werner - 2011-01-26
Good app but I have noticed that when my phone has been inactive for a couple of minutes and receives an sms it does not post it to my address.??
Tamino's Cell - 2011-06-11
This works fine for me after I put in a dummy password (my SMTP server doesn't need one, so I just put "foo"). If it's not working for you, try that.
Acid - 2011-09-10
abhijeet - 2011-10-04
when i check for listen for http send sms commands. then it forced close...
Ashfaq J - 2010-12-24
elrond532000 - 2011-08-08
Although good, 2 problem. Does not handle messages larger than 160, and does not show the messages in the android log.
extremist - 2010-12-15
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