|Op. System:||Win98, WinME, WinNT 4.x, Windows2000, WinXP, Windows2003, Windows Vista Starter, Windows Vista Home|
|File size:||4.07 MB|
Publisher description for SMSList
SMS software to send SMS and receive SMS from PC through a GSM modem/phone. Sending SMS to single or multiple recipients (mailing list). Simple usage thanks to an intuitive user interface. Besides its classic office automation features, SMSList offers integration possibility with other information systems (through SMS sending/reception from file with CSV format). Features: sending SMS from file, receiving SMS on file, SMS delivery receipt (status report), concatenated SMS (long SMS), flash SMS, phonebook management, incoming voice call forwarding, SMS sending from command line (batch mode). Periodic SMS sendings can be planned through the Windows scheduler. Performances: max 20 SMS/minute. English and Italian language versions available (program interface + user manual). Commercial versions: software-only or full-package (software SMS + GSM modem included). Free SMS software demo with unlimited functions. Compatibility: any GSM, GPRS, EDGE, UMTS device compliant with ETSI GSM 07.05/07.07 specification (3GPP 27.005 and 27.007). SMSList can send SMS with GSM modem/phones from Alcatel, Audiotel, BenQ, Cinterion, Digicom, Falcom, Fargo, Huawei, Itegno, LG, Lightspeed, Motorola, Multitech, Nokia, Option, Panasonic, Sagem, Samsung, Siemens, Sony Ericsson, Telit, Teltonika, Vodafone, Wavecom, Symbian O.S. and others. Expecially recommended with: Siemens TC35i, MC35i, Motorola V3, Falcom A2D, Wavecom WMOD2B, Audiotel Modex and Industrial. Application fields: SMSList is suitable for mobile marketing, advertising, customer relationships (CRM), contacting service subscribers, members of associations and mobile working teams. It can be used to remind appointments and expirations, to notify events, news about sports, stock market etc. It can be integrated with managerial software and databases. In the M2M automation field, it can be used for remote control, security and alarm systems, metering, data collectors, vehicle fleets, vending machines.