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With regard to concatenation errors,

From: A.Mcnamara
Subject: With regard to concatenation errors,
Date: Fri, 27 Mar 2009 16:21:25 -0000

Should this information help, often two long messages sent 5 minutes
apart are arriving as a single message incorrectly concatenated as
hybrids of the two messages.


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   1. Re: messages sent as concatenated, not being received
      correctly. (Pawel Kot)


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Date: Fri, 27 Mar 2009 16:18:10 +0100
From: Pawel Kot <address@hidden>
Subject: Re: messages sent as concatenated, not being received
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2009/3/27  <address@hidden>:
> I have a very strange error and wondered if anybody would be able to
> light on it. I run shell scripts which send SMS at specified times.
> are concatenated SMS using the long option. Although gnokii always
> sending the long SMS successfully, it does not always arrive at the
> destination. On some occasions this appears to be because a large
chunk at
> the beginning of the message is similar to an earlier text sent to
> destination, are their any other network issues that may cause this
> non-receive. This non-receive occurs when (which is in
> loop), calls which calls It never happen if I
> the system by running to call I have put in
> commands into the perpetual loop but I wondered if any other users
> experienced this kind of problem?

Actually I got several bugreports about this over last week. It's
quite surprising to me that all the bug reports are coming at the same
time. Was any kind of gnokii advertisment out there? Because
apparently it needs to be there for already some time. I cannot say at
the moment what's the actual problem, but I'm starting to analyze the

Unfortunately I need to do a cleanup in my working version and commit
relevant things. So the fix won't come immediate. Any testers are
welcomed on IRC channel

take care,
Pawel Kot


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