Release Notes: This release improves performance on both the server and client sides, adds support for "exotic" numplans, and improves debugging.
Release Notes: Support for Ericsson GM-12/GM-22, new fast modem response mode for speedier modem dialog, a new dedicated daemon mode for fast, high-priority incoming messages processing, a new ability to have the incoming messages fed directly to an external program/script for further processing, a new device-level optional flag field to control use of those new features, and more.
Release Notes: The command-line client was ported to the Win32 platform through the use of the Cygwin library. The distribution archive now also features a contrib/ directory containing 2 more (native) Win32 clients.
Release Notes: This version adds full PDU-mode support (SMS reception in PDU mode is now supported as well), and also support for 2 new GSM models.
Release Notes: This release has been ported to the FreeBSD platform (both for the client and the server programs).
Release Notes: This release fixes bugs that appeared when using Wavecom WM02 (possibly Falcom FA2 as well) and Siemens M20. The format of the driver file was changed to reflect the fact that not all models use the same date format when listing incoming messages. The incoming SMS parser was improved, as well as debugging for incoming messages. The Web site is now hosted on SourceForge.
Release Notes: SMSLink now fully supports sending in PDU mode (PDU mode reception will follow). This release also fixes a bug with Wavecom WM02 modules.
Release Notes: Bugfixes, and preliminary support for PDU mode (no actual PDU code yet, just a support framework). Note: the configuration file format has slightly changed since version 0.44b to accomodate for device-level mode selection (please see man gsmdevices(5)).
Release Notes: Smslink includes a gateway to mail which allows sending short emails straight from the keypad of your mobile phone. eMail to SMS not implemented yet.
Release Notes: Version 0.41b brings the long awaited ability to handle incoming SMS messages. The SIM cards of all configured GSM instances are polled for unread messages. Those, when present, are dropped in a text file in an easy to parse format, where any outside app. can pick them up and futher process them. The server now also supports an "uptime" command. See the home page for a more detailed changelog.