Easiest method (mid-volume) would be a Nokia GSM phone, attached to serial
port (and power supply !), and gnokii ... this could also be used as an
emergency dial-in if you wanted ...
Nokia's GSM PCMCIA card would also be an option ...
Phone itself would probably be a Pay-as-you-go phone (cheapest SMS are
<Not Nokia affiliated, gnokii just works well and does what you want !>
> -----Original Message-----
> Subject: Re: [ILUG] easy net->sms?
>> Friday, February 23, 2001, 4:09:45 PM, you wrote:
>> Cheers guys, now to choose which solution is best.. ;)
> If all the world's a stage, where does the audience sit?
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