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From: Philippe Andersson
Subject: Re: address@hidden
Date: Mon, 31 Jul 2006 17:10:59 +0200
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Hi Dorian,

Just a hint: if you're working with a GSM terminal, you may wish to
investigate SMSLink (<>). It does process
those SMS IDs, and the command-line client ("sendsms") will report on
them if called with the '-r' command-line option.

The server module could easily be modified to also update the BD entry
for queued messages and store this ID once the message has been sent.

Sorry for the shameless plug. I wrote SMSLink ;-)


Cheers. Bye.

Ph. A.

Dorian wrote:
> Hello!
> As far as I know, some GSM terminals send back a message id for each
> sent sms (a 8bit number). Do you have any idea how to find out such
> message id using gnokii?
> I am using smsd-mysql to store messages into a database. I am asking
> about the message id because I want to somehow connect the delivery
> report received to the message I sent (to know if a certain message was
> received by the recipient or not).
> Any idea how to make this?
> I used SMS Server Toos for testing and this software returned such a
> message ID. After looking inside the surce code, it was pretty clear
> this message id was not generated by the program but by the GSM
> terminal. I tried the same procedure with gnokii, which is to look
> inside the source code but... I got lost :(
> Any suggestion is welcome about how i could receive such an ID or how to
> link the delivery report to the sent message it comes from.
> Thanks!!
> All the best!
> Dorian
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*Philippe Andersson*
Unix System Administrator
IBA Particle Therapy |
Tel: +32-10-475.983
Fax: +32-10-487.707
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