|Adds an SMS submit message with recipient address phonenumber and text text to the destination.|
|-b baudrate, --baudrate baudrate|
|The baud rate to use. The default baudrate is 38400.|
|This causes the contents of the source to be copied to the destination. After this operation the destination has exactly the same contents as the source. If indices are given on the command line only those SMS messages denoted by the indices are copied to the destination.|
|-C service centre address, --sca service centre address|
|Sets the service centre address to use for all SUBMIT SMSs (may not work with some phones).|
|-d destination, --destination destination|
|The destination device or file.|
|Prints an option summary.|
|-I init string, --init init string|
|Initialization string to send to the TA (default: "E0"). Note that the sequence "ATZ" is sent first.|
|This causes those entries to be added from the source to the destination that are not already present in the destination. If indices are given on the command line only those SMS messages denoted by the indices are backed up (ie. added) to the destination.|
|Prints out the entire contents of the source in human-readable form.|
|-s source, --source source|
|The source device or file.|
|-t SMS store name, --store SMS store name|
|The name of the SMS store to read from or write to. This information is only used for device sources and destinations. A commonly available message store is "SM" (SIM card).|
|Prints the program version.|
|Prints out a detailed progress report.|
|Delete the SMS messages as denoted by the indices from the destination.|
|Uses software handshaking (XON/XOFF) for accessing the device.|
The following command lists all entries in the mobile phone connected to /dev/mobilephone to the standard output:
gsmsmsstore -b 19200 -s /dev/mobilephone -t SM -l
The following adds entries 4, 7, and 10 from the device /dev/mobilephone to the file smsstore:
gsmsmsstore -s /dev/mobilephone -d /home/fred/smsstore -t SM -b 4 7 10
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Copyright © 1999 Peter Hofmann
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|gsmsmsstore v1.10||GSMSMSSTORE (8)||Sun Apr 3 21:01:00 UTC 2016|