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ActiveXperts SMS Messaging Server

SMS messaging framework for sending, receiving and processing SMS messages. Support for MS Access, MS SQL and MySQL. Support for GSM modems, SMPP service centers, POP3 and SMTP. Use API to process messages and to generate new messages using queries.

ActiveXperts SMS Messaging Server is an SMS messaging framework for sending, receiving and processing SMS- and e-mail messages. Use a GSM Modem (like WaveCom, MultiTech, Siemens), or connect to an SMPP service center. Trigger incoming messages and define custom actions by the use of the SMS Messaging Server API.

Create your own custom projects, for instance a custom SMS voting system, a custom SMS reservation system, a system to query an article database, a system to notify members of Active Directory OU’s, etc.
VBScript is the default scripting, to implement custom projects. The ActiveXperts SMS Messaging Server has a large install base, and is often used by television stations, radio stations, network operators and e-commerce companies.

ActiveXperts SMS Component

SMS component for Microsoft Windows platforms. With this ActiveX/COM component, you can Send and receive SMS messages via a GSM modem, HTTP-POST provider or SMPP provider or TAP/UCP provider. It is available as a native 32-bit x86 component and a native 64-bit x64 component.

ActiveXperts SMS Component provides developers with a fast, reliable and easy to use interface (API) for sending and receiving SMS and Pager messages.

  • Easy to use API
  • SMS messaging via GSM modem, SMPP, HTTP and Dialup
  • Build your own SMSC with the SMPP server API
  • Pager messaging via SNPP
  • 32-bit ActiveX and 64-bit ActiveX included
  • Many samples available in C#, VB, ASP.NET and more

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SMS key features
  • Send and Receive SMS messages through GSM modem, SMPP, HTTP and/or Dialup
  • Accept SMPP connections with SMPP Server API
  • Verify delivery of SMS messages through delivery reports
  • Build in templates for sending WAP Push and vCard messages
  • Support for Unicode.
  • Supports automatically splitting up / re-assembling multipart messages
  • GSM Supports Windows 'Phone and Modem devices' (TAPI) and direct COM ports
  • Support Multi-threading environments.
  • Troubleshooting facilities by tracing all modem / network commands and responses
  • Lots of samples for various platforms: MS Visual Basic .NET, MS Visual C++, MS Visual C# .NET, ASP .NET and more
SMPP Server features

Write a reliable, high-performance SMSC gateway yourself with a few lines of code using this component. Accept incoming SMPP connections and pass the SMS messages on a separate connection and vice-versa. Integrate custom billing, routing, blocking and other advanced features.

Support for advanced messaging capabilities incl. Unicode, multi-part, delivery reports, TLV's, etc.

M:Science SMS Server

M:Science SMS Server easily integrates with your systems, applications and any SMTP compatible email system including Microsoft Exchange Server, Lotus Notes and Novell GroupWise for 2-way sms messaging to GSM enabled mobile phones. A developer API is available for those who want to add 2 way SMS capability to their own applications or websites.

Messages can be sent via three types of transport:

  • Internet (using TCP/IP protocol)
  • GSM modem
  • PSTN/TAP dial up protocols

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Pagegate is a sophisticated wireless messaging server application. It can send SMS and text messages to pagers, mobile phones, PIMs and other wireless devices.

PageGate can accept messages from many different sources: networked computers running the PageGate Windows Client program, email messages that are received in (SMTP) or messages that are collected (POP3), web pages on an intranet or the Internet (CGI), executables run from the commandline, text files that are scanned for messages, serial ports that receive textual data, and data received from a modem connection.

PageGate supports several delivery protocols and delivery methods. Messages can be delivered via the Internet using the following protocols: SNPP, WCTP, and SMTP (email). Messages can be delivered via modem using the following protocols: TAP, UCP, GSM, and touch Tones. Messages can also be delivered directly to a terminal or encoder via a direct serial (RS232) connection.

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SMS Server

M Science SMS Server provides a fully scalable, two way, end to end SMS solution for communication with remote personnel or anyone with a compatible GSM device. Can be used to send SMS text alerts to key technicians in the case of network failure. Allows reply messages to be sent which can initiate actions such as server restarts etc. The product integrates with any SMTP compatible groupware system including Microsoft Exchange Server, Lotus Notes/Domino and Novell GroupWise thus minimizing implementation and user training requirements.


SMS-it! allows you to send a short message (SMS = Short Message Service) to a mobile phone using your computer. SMS-it supports Picture messages, Caller Group Graphic, Operator Logo, Ringtones and Flash SMS. The messages can be sent through an attached modem, through an internet connection or directly through an attached mobile phone. If a mobile phone is attached to the computer (IE through the IR port), the contents of the inbox can be downloaded and stored in folders. The phonebook can also be downloaded and synchronized with SMS-it.

MAW Consulting
ActiveXperts SMS Messaging Server