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smsPULSE 5.0.2 64 bit
After a break since release 4.5 of smsPULSE we are pleased to announce the release of a Windows 64 bit version of the server.
You can now test our MMS server using the MM1 protocol right here from the smsPULSE site. You may send us images from your cell phone or ask our server to send you images. To receive messages you have to be logged in. At the moment the feature is not restricted but if abused restrictions will be implemented.
Please remember that MMS messages take longer to send so you do not need to send repeat messages... your messages will arrive. Needless to say you must have a phone that is able to receive MMS.
Test inbound MMS
Test outbound MMS
Dynamic support for Notes client forms
With this version the latest smsPULSE forms in sms.OUT will work on both Notes 8 clients and above, and older version of Notes. Please note:
The new V5 forms are different in that they require no popups and include new tabs.
The API now allows for a "replyTo" field which will be used by smsPULSE to send failure messages to a destination of your choice. This is particularly useful when SMS messages are sent mostly by applications and not people, where failures need to be directed to individuals for examination. Please see also the new and related system profile item, which performs the same function, but does not require an individual value set for each document. See below. For the API click here
System-wide email address on SMS failures
You can now specify a single email address where all failed SMS messages will be directed to. This only applies to messages which are e-mailed to smsPULSE. To see the system setup see here
We are pleased to announce the release of smsPULSE V5. We have made many enhancements to the server and built on the solid foundation of smsPULSE V4.
To compare smsPULSE product versions, click here.
Please note that MMS requires an additional license.
MMS Communication Line
This image shows an MMS Line configured with the MM1 protocol. You need a GPRS compatible modem and connection details to your SIM provider. You may have up to 16 modems connected in an array. Click here to send yourself a test MMS (login required)
Inbound MMS in your mail file
MMS Messages arrive effortlessly into your mail box, or, if you have set-up Routing Rules, into a Domino database. It's easy to add intelligent routing which routes such messages to particular context in any Domino database.
Click here to send us a test MMS, and see it on-line
This release relies, as you would expect, on the stability and richness of functionality of smsPULSE V4. For an overview of this release and upgrade notes click here.
If you use smsPULSE V4 please note the following: