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Hello Everyone,
I want some idea about to how will i start.Firstly like my computer is a server and their are so many clients.i have to establish a connection between client and server by means of their ipv4 and ipv6 address and port address of server. I have to make like if client get any email on his email id it will automatically send to client mobile phone in the desired format. I have to make this application in c sharp.
I am using wavecom gsm modem.
Thanx,
 
Regards,
Vishavdeep Goyal
Posted 8-Jun-11 22:32pm

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Solution 1

Use AT commands[^] to send and receive SMS via your Wavecom.
 
Remember that it is using a diffent encoding (GSM default alphabet (GSM 03.38)[^]) where something like sending a "@" char is encoded as 0x00.
 
Use AT+CSCS to set TE character set to support the correct encoding.
AT+CSCS=? to list all supported encodings. But please note, that not all GSM units/modem support all types of encoding.
 
To really make it the correct way. You have to switch SMS message format to PDU encoding via AT+CMGF command.
Via PDU format, you can select the correct encoding, make long SMS ( over 160 char ), sending pictures, ring tone etc..
 
Send and Read SMS through a GSM Modem using AT Commands[^]
 
On the email part. You can use IMAP4 to retrieve emails that has to be converted to a SMS/Text message and sent to the mobile phone.
Alternative you can build your own SMTP receiver and receive emails directly to your program.
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Vishav.iit08 at 13-Jun-11 22:44pm
   
Thanx For the Quick Reply........How i will implement the queue management.If u have can u plz. give me.Thnx.
Regards,
Vishavdeep Goyal
Kim Togo at 14-Jun-11 5:03am
   
The queue management can be handle in Queue<T> class or in a SQL database.
If you use a database, you can separate communication to Wavecom from the email handler.

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