On Wed, 2004-12-01 at 15:23 +0000, Dale Dunlea wrote:
> Hi All,
>> I need to set up a system cabable of sending and receiving SMS. It can
> already send them via a web form on a dedicated SMS website. But the
> ability to receive SMS is a new one. I presume there are phones out
> there which will plug easily into a serial port and let you interrogate
> them for received text messages. Does anyone know of any off the top of
> their head? The cheaper the better. It doesn't need any fancy features
> as it will be sitting next to a server for all it's useful life.
>That will probably destroy the battery (charging/discharging etc).
Apple have links from addressbook to bluetooth phones and can see
Siemens sell gsm modems which take a SIM, but they're not cheap.
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