Outlook Mobile Service Improvement
With a Global Two-Way Number you can receive SMS comfortably within Outlook 2007 or 2010.
We have improved the integration of ASPSMS in Outlook Mobile Service. For received SMS the originator will now be displayed in the 'From-Column' in Outlook.
By Right-Click -> Reply on an incoming SMS the Short Message Editor will be opened and the Message can be answered directly.
Global Two-Way forward option:
Just select the forward option in your Global Two-Way Number Setup.
As an alternative to a personal Global Two-Way Number you can use the so called Autoreply Function to make SMS sent from Outlook replyable.
The SMS will be sent with a random originator from a Global Two-Way Numbers Pool to make it replyable. The reply to your SMS will be forwarded by ASPSMS to your e-mail address and therefore to your Outlook Inbox. Outlook will display the originator in the 'From-Column'.
It is also possible to forward the reply by HTTP GET to a server. This option is available for Autoreply as well as for personal Global Two-Way Numbers.
Using your own mobile number as originator:
You can also configure Outlook to use your own mobile number as originator. Replies will then be sent to your mobile phone.
Setting up Outlook Mobile Service:
If you have not yet set your Outlook 2007 or 2010 Mobile Service up, you can find detailed instructions here:
Outlook 2007: Setting up OMS
Outlook 2010: Setting up OMS