SMS SMTP Interface
Communicate with the ASPSMS system by E-Mail.
Messages to the SMTP interface MUST contain ASCII-Plaintext.
Special characters MUST be encoded using ISO-8859-1 standard. HTML or any other encoding will be rejected.
E-mail- and webmail-clients, sending HTML-encoded e-mails are not suitable for testing purposes (e.g. GMail etc.).
Valid destination addresses:
Sends an XML formatted message to the ASPSMS system.
For further information on the required XML format see:
Any XML reply from the system will be routed back to
the sender's address of the request E-Mail. If there is
no sender address, the XML reply will be silently
The subject line has no meaning for this destination
address, and can be left empty.
Sends a plain text message to an SMS recipient.
The subject line must contain at least the userkey,
the password and the recipient number.
Optionally, the SMS originator can be specified in the
subject line. Use: Originator=MYORIGINATOR
In case the subject line doesn't accept the necessary number of characters, you can just use the first letter to adress the keyword: Userkey = U, Password = P, Recipient = R, Originator = O.
Delivery status notifications of SMS:
If the delivery fails a notification will be
routed to the sender's address of the request E-Mail.
You can specify the optional subject line parameter
"Notify=none" to disable this behavior. If you
wish to additionally receive a buffered status
notification, you may enable this by specifying
the parameter "Notify=always".
Available SMS tools and interfaces for ASPSMS