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SMLib is a Java library that provides a Java interface for working with the Short Message Service (SMS). SMLib enables the sending and receiving of messages using a mobile phone (or several phones) connected to the computer via a data cable. SMLib API provides:- Message sending- Message receipt and processing- Acknowledgement reports receipt.SMLib works with any mobile phone that can be connected to the USB/ COM/ IrDA port of the computer and supports GSM standard.



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Category: Programming > Developer Tools

Size: 455 KBMB

OS: Win 95/98/NT/2000

Downloads: 23508

License: Shareware

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