The SMS Server Tools send and receive short messages through GSM modems or mobile phones. Messages are stored as text files in spool directories. External programs or scripts of any language can be used to filter, inspect, and answer messages automatically. Events and alarms can be passed to scripts for integration in monitoring tools. The program generates performance statistics as well. This daemon supports 7, 8, and 16 bit character sets as well as binary data (ringtones, logos, wap-push), user data header, flash, and delivery reports.
QtWebApp allows you to write standalone Web server applications in C++ as easily as Java Servlets. The HTTP 1.1 server supports persistent connections, sessions with cookies, and file uploads. It contains a template engine and a logger that can be configured at runtime. The application runs on Unix as a daemon, on Windows as a service, and on all operating systems on the command line. It is based on Nokia QT 4.7. Compatibility with QT 4.8 and 5.0 has been verified successfully.
Program is stable, book and DVD updated
I did not receive any bug report for a while, therefore version 2.2.14 is still the latest one.
However, Keijo Kasvi is working on his own extended version 3.x which is downloadable on http://smstools3.kekekasvi.com/.
For both versions, you might buy my book SMS Applications, that has been updated today.
Book SMS Applications again updates
I updates my book again. The DVD contains now 3 GB.