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Manual Reference Pages  -  EMAIL2SMSSEND (1)

NAME

email2smssend - Send your emails to your GSM with smssend

CONTENTS

Synopsys
Description
Options
     Options for email2smssend
     Options smssend
Examples
Author
See Also

SYNOPSYS

email2smssend [options] -- [smssend options]

DESCRIPTION

email2smssend allows your emails to be sent to your GSM. It’s a perl script who launch smssend(1). You can control the maximum length of the SMS and the maximum number of messages to send if one is not enough.

It’s designed to be easy to add in your .forward file.

OPTIONS

    Options for email2smssend

-ms, --msg-max n
  Set the maximum number of characters by SMS to n.

-mm, --max-msg n
  Set the maximum number of SMS to send by email to n (n must be less than 10).

-i, --index
  If set, each SMS (part of the same email) will be prefix by a sequence number.

-r, --reverse
  If set, SMS will be send in reverse order. This is usefull in some case.

-h, --help
  Display this help and exit.

-V, --version
  Display the version number and the copyright and exit.

    Options smssend

See the smssend man page for more informations.
 

EXAMPLES

This script is designed to be easy to add to your .forward. You just have to add a line like:
 

| email2smssend -i -ms 130 -mm 4 -- [provider name] [provider options]

In this case, emails will be sent by parts of 130 characters, with a limit of 4 SMS by email. See smssend(1) for the meaning of provider name and provider options.

AUTHOR

Written by Jean-Baptiste Sarrodie <jaiguru@maldoror.freesurf.fr>.

SEE ALSO

smssend(1)
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