[jdev] sms/mms gateway for developement purpose

Puneet Goel puneet.maillist at gmail.com
Tue Apr 18 07:44:32 CDT 2006


Hello Marco,

Thanks for the reply. I have seen the said gateways but what i came across
that i will be charged for using thm (developement purpose). I don't have
any issues how it will be charged later on once my software is out in
market.

So i am looking for a gateway which i can use for developement purpose where
i can fake smsc.

One question! there are some clients in market using SMS over xmpp; how they
have achieved it ? Since they are free softwares I am pretty much sure that
they wouldn't have paid to anyone for developemnt and testing. How they are
faking smsc ? any readily available solution ?

Regards,
Puneet


On 4/17/06, Marco Balmer <maba-mailings-jdev at micressor.ch> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> A real smsc is not available i supose.
> http://www.aspsms.com  offer an sms/mms xml server to about 400 mobile
> networks. Aspsms-t ( http://www.micressor.ch/content/projects/aspsms-t )
> is a jabber/xmpp transport which uses the xml server of aspsms.com
>
> Hope it help.
>
> /maba
>
> http://web.swissjabber.ch - xmpp/jabber: micressor at swissjabber.ch
>
>
>
> Puneet Goel schrieb:
>
> > Dear All,
> >
> >
> >
> > I am trying to find a feasible solution so that I can receive sms/mms
> > on my linux pc in my email client. While digging this I came across an
> > approach wherein I can receive sms on my pc from some public domain
> > xmpp enabled sms/mms gateway. On my client pc after receiving sms, I
> > will convert it to email format so that it can be displayed in email
> > my email client.
> >
> >
> >
> > Now for the **development purpose** I am trying to locate a xmpp
> > enabled sms/mms gateway which can fake smsc. Can anyone suggest me
> > some gateway which can serve as a dummy server for my development
> > purpose ?
> >
> >
> >
> > Also can anyone suggest me some other approach if possible ?
> >
> > I shall be thankful if someone can suggets me some workable solution
> > for the above said problem.
> >
> >
> >
> > Thanks and Regards,
> >
> > Puneet
> >
>
>
> --
> Mit freundlichen Grüssen
> Marco Balmer
>
> swissjabber operation Support
>
> http://web.swissjabber.ch - xmpp/jabber: micressor at swissjabber.ch
>
>
>
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