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ActiveXperts SMS Messaging Server - send, receive and process SMS messages

ActiveXperts SMS Messaging Server is an SMS Messaging framework, that can be used to send, receive and process SMS and e-mail messages, low- and high volume

Use this platform to create your own SMS application, ranging from an SMS buld sender to an application that automatically processes SMS messages.

Our case studies show how customers use our system to implement their business logic:

There are also a few case studies about some special projects where SMS Messaging Server is used:

  • Aid - Earthquake Haiti - SMS system to help victims during the Haiti earthquake 2010
  • Aid - HIV - SMS system in Botswana to help HIV infected patiens to take their daily medicins
  • Aid - HIV - SMS system in Nigeria to help HIV infected patiens to take their daily medicins
  • Elections - Haiti - SMS system to support the election process in Haiti, 2009
  • Elections - Haiti - SMS system to support the election process in Kosovo, 2007

SMS Messaging Server features the following:

  • Send and Receive SMS messages on multiple communication lines simultaneously
  • Support for GSM Modems and GSM phones (GSM 07.05 and GSM 07.07 specifications) for low-volume messaging
  • Support for SMPP-compliant SMSC centers (SMPP 3.x) for high-volume messaging, according to Industry Standard SMPP 3.x for external and internal connections
  • Support for multiple SMPP/SMSC connections and multiple GSM modems/phones running simultaneously
  • Support for multi-numbering formats
  • Support for multi-part messages, to allow messages longer than 160 characters
  • Support for SMS delivery verification
  • Support for Unicode, to support foreign languages like Chinese, Turkisch, etc.
  • Support for WAP Push messages and WAP Bookmark messages
  • Support for traffic limitations (maximum number of SMS messages per day)
  • Full TAPI (Windows Telephony) support
  • Incoming SMS messages are stored in a central, vendor-independent message database (default: MS Access)
  • Outgoing SMS messages are fetched from the message database and sent through an available GSM/SMPP communication channel
  • All SMS communications can be viewed real-time using the SMS Messaging Monitor application
  • Incoming messages can be processed by a C# (C-Sharp) application, a VB.NET application, or a VBScript script