New Message Notification Exchange 2003 SMS?

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Exchange 2003
Mobile email
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I was wondering if anyone knew of a solution using Exchange Server 2003 for sending a message to a user via SMS(or like the email version of their SMS address[number@txt.att.net]) when they receive a new message in their box, but you do not want to allow them to use the Blackberry or Windows Mobile Services. Thanks in advance.

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There are a number of products that might help. ‘nowsms’, ‘clickatell’, ‘SMS gateway Enterprise’ and so on.
Also depends on if you need ‘two-way’ sms or just the ability to send tesk to mobile devices, without the requirement to get a reply.

If you want two-way traffic, you can either have an SMPP link out via your firewalls to your mobile service provider or at the very basic level, just a mobile phone attached to the pack of a PC, to send the text messages.

Finally, you may not want to build and manage an SMS Texting gateway yourself, you could consider a hosted service, where you can expect to pre-purchase texts in blocks of thousands.

regards,

B.

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  • WilsonLast
    Hi, You may also check how to send SMS from MS Exchange 2003 with Ozeki NG SMS Gateway: http://www.sms-integration.com/p_106-ms-exchange-2003-sms.html This gateway supports the various versions of exhange. BR
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