| Date: Tue, 6 Jul 2004 16:14:37 +0100
| From: "John Paul Hayes" <jphayes at newtownschool.ie>
| Does anybody know of a script that can send out SMS's via
| the command line, using any of the Irish mobile networks?
| Or has anybody ideas on how this could be achieved?
sms_client: I used version 2.0.8y quite successfully in Ireland
with, AFAICR, all the networks.
``SMS Client is a UNIX command line based utility which allows you
to send SMS messages to mobile phones and pagers. This software
has been written and tested on Linux however a number of users
have reported success running it under both AIX and Solaris.
SMS Client currently supports a wide variety of services providers
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