- Quick start guide
- System requirements
- Installation guide
- User guide
- Mobile networks
- Standard user
- Autoreply SMS
- SMS from Excel
- SMS from Txt
- SMS from FTP
- Application starter
- Email to SMS
- SMS to Email
- SMS routing
- SMS priorities
- SMS modification
- HLR lookups
- Developers guide
- Service providers
- Administrators guide
Ozeki SMS Gateway works as the client–server model of computer networks and can manage almost every SMS messaging solution. This page overviews of some of the problems Ozeki SMS Gateway can solve with SMS clients, so you can reach efficient and convenient SMS flow. You can find great ideas to reduce costs and handle your preferred connections.
Ozeki SMS Gateway has 3 type of Autoreply Users which are used for automatically replying SMS messages or forwarding them to any recipient. These users can work in 3 simple ways. You will see how to install and configure these users on Ozeki SMS Gateway to serve your needs.
Learn more: How to send automatic SMS replies
Ozeki SMS Gateway offers various methods to setup email to SMS functionality. You can use IMAP, POP3 or SMTP to send and receive E-mails and convert them to and from SMS messages. You can put the phone number(s) into the subject line of the e-mails or you may send an e-mail to an address containing the phone number, such as +firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn more: How to send SMS through an SMTP server
Ozeki SMS Gateway's E-mail User can be used for sending or downloading emails from a mailbox. For sending emails it should connect to your email account's SMTP server. For downloading emails from a mailbox it should connect to the POP3 server through your email account.
Learn more: email to sms using pop3 and smtp
Ozeki SMS Gateway's File User is capable to send and receive SMS messages in different file formats. Simple, Text, Verbose, List, CSV, XML, SAP, ATF and KAL file formats are supported by the Ozeki SMS Gateway's File User. Your application can place these files in proper directories to send SMS messages.
Learn more: How to send SMS from TXT files
Ozeki SMS Gateway's FTP to SMS Extended User can synchronize directories with SMS Gateway through standard FTP, FTPS or SFTP protocols. Incoming SMS messages will be uploaded and outgoing SMS messages will be downloaded from the FTP server. You can also look at the accepted file formats.
Learn more: How to send SMS from an FTP server
Ozeki SMS Gateway's Application Starter User can run any process or application in case an SMS message arrives. You simply need to provide the file path. You can also fetch parameters from received SMS messages to use them as process parameters or command line arguments.
Learn more: How to start an application using an SMS