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Old 10-12-2011, 02:42 PM
Marco Balmer
Default Bug#645103: ITP: aspsms-t -- aspsms-t is an open source /*GPL*/ jabber2sms transport written in perl // http://github.com/micressor/aspsms-t

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Marco Balmer <marco@balmer.name>

* Package name : aspsms-t
Version : 1.3.0
Upstream Author : Marco Balmer <marco@balmer.name>
* URL : http://github.com/micressor/aspsms-t
* License : GPL-2
Programming Lang: Perl
Description : aspsms-t is a jabber/xmpp to sms transport

Which allows you to send sms messages over the jabber network through the
gateway-system of aspsms.com.
A lot of networks are supported. Normal TextSMS messages usually costs 1
aspsms Credit.
aspsms-t deliver very fast and will send you a jabber status message. A
second message will receive,If your sms was successfully delivered to the
mobile device.
* It supports simple text SMS with a maximum of 160 characters. If your message
is >160 characters, aspsms-t will split it automatically in more than one
* Support for Arabic and other oriental characters up to 87 characters each
* Delivery notification for each sms with a unique transaction number
* It can set alphanumeric originator of every sms. This can be a mobile phone
or a short text with a maximum of 11 characters.

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