Friday, July 20, 2018
01.07.2015 (Till Bannwart/ASPSMS)
We have enhanced the the ASPSMS SMTP Interface Email to SMS. When sending to [Recipient]@smtp.aspsms.com, the authentication is done through the senders e-mail address.
The new feature sends a plain text message to an SMS recipient. Usage:
From: [SMTP Originator Client]
The following applies:
The subject is optional. If no originator is defined, the ASPSMS system sets the Originator 'SMS'.
Authentication is done by the sender's address (SMTP Originator)*. This e-mail address must be different from the address ASPSMS account e-mail. The address has to be enabled by the ASPSMS system beforehand.
Let us know which ASPSMS Account and which email address you want to use as your SMTP Originator. Once we have confirmed the activation, you can get started: firstname.lastname@example.org
(* This implicit authentication by SMTP Originator means that the sender email address is the «secret» and not the usually used combination of Userkey and password. You therefore should choose an e-mail address which is different from the account e-mail address. It should not be self-explanatory and you have to keep this e-mail address secret, similar to your combination of Userkey and password.)