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sms notifications from website
sending sms-s anytime somebody fills the form and sends it
excitedbunny




msg:3469772
 9:16 am on Oct 5, 2007 (gmt 0)

I have a site about local travel info, and I would like to add a new functionality to it. But I don't know where to start researching

The main idea is that anytime somebody is contacted via a form (email) from the site to recive a SMS.

What should I search for? mail2sms? sms-gateway? web2sms?

 

bill




msg:3470475
 12:54 am on Oct 6, 2007 (gmt 0)

Welcome to WebmasterWorld excitedbunny Great nic!

You're on the right path. A search for "form to SMS" [google.com] has quite a few results. It's a pretty common function if the SERPs are any indication.

Saboi




msg:3471938
 4:36 pm on Oct 8, 2007 (gmt 0)

Hi,

Have you figured it out? I think i can help you on this. I have the same running on my website.

Firstly take note that you will need to have access to an sms gateway, a third party.

The code is exactly the same as for sending normal email.

mail($to,$subject,$message);

The third party will give you instructions on how to send the sms.That means. In Zambia it would be like this

mail($to="260966993300@example.co.zm",$subject="",$message="You have mail");

Subject is blank because that does not apply to sms. As for the recipient number, it must usually begin with the country code(minus the zero).

You are going to have to call upon this when the visitor at your website submits the form, assuming all criteria have been met.

With other providers you have the liberty to preset your sender id.

Hope that helps.

Good Luck!

weeks




msg:3490711
 5:19 pm on Oct 29, 2007 (gmt 0)

Good discussion. Very helpful.

Brett_Tabke




msg:3491320
 11:36 am on Oct 30, 2007 (gmt 0)

Also depending on your service, they might have an "Sms gateway" service that you can deliver sms's to their website and their site will bounce it back to your phone.

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