Paschal Nee wrote:
> > I want to setup SMS server (linux/freebsd/solaris).
> Is there a particular reason you need to generate the SMS from the server?
>In my case I wanted to link the thing to nagios as to page me in case
something (including both internet connections) go down (ie: excavators
excavating the cables...). I use a Falcon modem (actually a repackaged
Siemens IC35 cellphone) serially linked to a linux machine and smstools
on debian; just put my message file (format: "To: %s\n\n%s",
intl-number-without-leading-+, message-text) in the output spool
directory, and pronto! it texts me out. Should I reply, the message gets
deposited in the incoming directory and a script of choice called to
parse it and take action (like, in nagios, acknowledging problems so
that colleagues are notified and further notifications of the problems
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