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How to send SMS with a GSM modem attached to your PC?


This solution is best if you are planning to send or receive up to 4000 SMS per day. Read more:
  • Prerequisites
  • Setup instructions
  • Video tutorial


    How to send SMS through the Internet?


    If you wish to send more then 4000 SMS per day, it is a good idea to use an Internet SMS service provider. Read more:
  • Prerequisites
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    How to send and receive SMS in MS Exchange 2003

    MS Exchange 2003 is a messaging server that helps you create a well-structured messaging system in your corporate IT environment. If you wish to further improve your system, you can add SMS functionality to it. With this solution you will be able to send and receive your e-mail messages as text messages. This functionality can be implemented with the help of Ozeki NG SMS Gateway. Ozeki NG SMS Gateway is a software product that can be installed on your computer. Read more about the integration...

    Configuration guides:

    How to boost SMS solutions for MS Exchange 2003

    If you need to handle and forward lots of messages from/to your customers, business partners, suppliers, etc., you need an efficient messaging system. MS Exchange 2003 relieves several messaging issues and provides a stable background to your mailing and messaging processes; though, it cannot provide immediate availability and right speed.

    To overcome this issue you can add SMS functionality to MS Exchange 2003. In this way e-mail to SMS and SMS to e-mail functions will be available.

    You can build an SMS system with the installation of Ozeki NG SMS Gateway. This software product will provide SMS functionality that makes it possible to send e-mail messages as SMS to cellphones and receive SMS as e-mail messages to the computer. In this article you will learn how to implement this solution and how to send SMS via MS Exchange 2003 using e-mail forwarding solution or using the e-mail user interface of Ozeki NG SMS Gateway.

    How to benefit from SMS messaging

    With SMS functionality you will be able to send important e-mail messages as SMS messages to mobile phones and you can receive SMS messages as e-mail messages to your computer, as well. This way you can ensure the continuous availability and information flow. As SMS messages are sent to the intended people's mobile phones you can be sure that important messages are received in real time. In this way important partners and customers can reach you any time and you can also keep in touch with them in case of emergency.

    While email messages require Internet connection all the time, SMS messages can be sent withount Internet connection. (For this purpose a GSM modem connection can be setup - You can find more details on the configuration pages).

    Ozeki NG SMS Gateway can be obtained by
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    How this SMS solution works

    When you decide to start building your SMS system, it will work as follows: In case there are incoming e-mail messages, Ozeki NG SMS Gateway forwards them to mobile phones as SMS messages. While SMS messages are forwarded as e-mail messages to the computer.

    1. The detailed system architecture of e-mail forwarding in MS Exchange can be examined on its installation guide page.
    2. The detailed system architecture diagram on how to send SMS from the e-mail user interface of Ozeki NG SMS Gateway is on the setup instructions page.
    Ozeki NG SMS Gateway forwards messages to the mobile network either with a GSM modem attached to the computer with a data cable or it connects to the SMS center of the mobile service provider over the Internet (Figure 1).

    Figure 1 - MS Exchange 2003 SMS solution with Ozeki NG SMS Gateway

    Please note that it is more secure to send messages using a GSM modem through the airwaves to the recipient, than through an Internet based SMS service provider account, because it is significantly harder to intercept an SMS message traveling through the air, than it is to intercept internet traffic. If it is recommended, you can increase capacity if you attach more than one modem to the computer.

    Comparison of e-mail user interface and e-mail forwarding

    E-mail user E-mail forwarding
    Continuously check MS Exchange 2003 Server for new incoming messages YesNo
    Using POP3 client and server Yes No
    Using built-in SMTP server of Ozeki NG SMS Gateway No Yes
    Uses bandwidth Almost all the time Only if there is an incoming e-mail or SMS message
    Exchange Server 2003 needs to be configured after creating user's mail boxes No Yes

    The e-mail user solution is recommended if you cannot access to MS Exchange Server 2003 (for example if you are only a user of this application). In this case Ozeki NG SMS Gateway with the e-mail user will function as an e-mail client.

    The e-mail forwarding is an effective solution if there is a possibility to configure MS Exchange Server 2003 after the creation of user's mailboxes. In this case the built-in SMTP server of Ozeki NG SMS Gateway functions as a secondary e-mail address that will forward the incoming e-mail messages as SMS messages to cellphones.

    How to implement SMS functionality into MS Exchange 2003

    The first solution demonstrates how to send SMS messages from MS Exchange 2003 with e-mail forwarding. This solution can be implemented if you configure MS Exchange 2003 and Ozeki NG SMS Gateway to be able to send and receive SMS messages. First, you need to start MS Exchange 2003 and set a mail box for the user in Active Directory. Then you need to define a contact for this user and in the properties of the user you set the secondary e-mail address. In Ozeki NG SMS Gateway, you need to install the E-mail user interface to connect to MS Exchange and then set the SMTP server of MS Exchange 2003.

    Setup instructions on how to add SMS functionality to MS Exchange by e-mail forwarding

    The other solution uses the e-mail user interface of Ozeki NG SMS Gateway to send and receive SMS messages. In this possibility you only need to configure Ozeki NG SMS Gateway to send SMS messages. After you log into Ozeki NG SMS Gateway, you need to install a new e-mail user and then you need to configure this new user to send and receive messages.

    Step by step instructions on how to provide SMS extension to MS Exchange using e-mail user interface

    Conclusion for MS Exchange 2003 SMS

    Ozeki NG SMS Gateway enables MS Exchange 2003 to send e-mail messages as SMS to mobile phones and receive SMS messages as e-mail on the computer. Ozeki NG SMS Gateway's superior performance ensures high capacity and reliable operation. With the implementation of this solution you can improve corporate communication, ensure availability and fast response time while you save time and money.

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