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Post Number: 2
Basically I will like that when an SMS is received with a username as prefix NowSms sends this SMS to firstname.lastname@example.org (domain.com is on extern server)
And when the recipient of the SMS receives the SMS he/she can reply to the sender by e-mail by sending an e-mail to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org (not sure which it uses) and then NowSms will forward this E-mail to the given phone number.
I have read in the documentation, and searched the forum, bud is struggling with this.
I have successfully sent and received an SMS to E-Mail using the 2way with
Command to execute= mailto: email@example.com
Bud think I have Fu…. It up trying too many settings
OS: Win2003 server.
A-record= domain.com >> extern server
A-record= sms.domain.com>> NowSms server
A-record= *.sms.domain.com>> NowSms server
MX-record=sms.domain.com>> NowSms server
MX-record=mms.domain.com>> NowSms server
Authorised E-Mail to SMS/MMS Senders:
MMSC setup see attached fig1
2Way setup see attached fig2
Post Number: 3
Or if there is a PHP script where users can login like the webinterface bud where the user can recive the sms send to the user where the user I specified in the prefix
All In all I’m looking for the easiest way to send and receive sms for 1-50 users that only have web access
|Des - NowSMS Support
Post Number: 2838
Unfortunately there is no web interface for viewing received SMS messages. That would be a good idea.
For the 2-way command routing to an email address, I recall an old thread that had a good example. I think the following will help: http://www.nowsms.com/discus/messages/1/11347.html
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