Sends a plain text message to an SMS recipient. Usage:
From: <SMTP Originator Client>
Important: SMS recipient numbers must start with 00. The plus character is not accepted by the SMTP interface.
Body: Hello world!
The following applies:
The SMTP interface only processes ASCII Plain Text. Special characters
must be encoded in ISO-8859-1 standard. HTML or other code are rejected. E-Mail
and webmail clients that send HTML-encoded e-mails are unsuitable for
testing (eg GMail etc.).
The subject is optional. If no originator is defined, the ASPSMS system sets the Originator 'SMS' or uses a predefined default Originator (eg +417912345678).
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 e-mail address you want to use as your SMTP Originator. Please also provide us with a standard Originator, which is to be used by default if no Originator was set during sending process. As soon as we have confirmed the activation, you can get started: email@example.com
(* 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.)
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