Short Message Service for left Voice Mails (kb2079)
The information in this article applies to:
- Graphical Script Editor v3.20
- SwyxWare from version 3.20
- SwyxIt! from version 3.20
With the Graphical Script Editor, which is part of the Option Pack - Extended Call Routing, short messages can be sent to a mobile phone when voice mails are left.
With the Graphical Script Editor, a short message (SMS) can be sent to a mobile phone when voice mails are left. Mobile phone providers offer so-called Email-SMS-Gateways to implement this service. At least the German "D1" and "D2" offer this service.
Activate Emails on your mobile: This can be done by sending a short message to the following number only containing the text:
D1: OPEN to Number 8000
D2: OPEN to Number 3400
O2: +OPEN to Number 6245
E-Plus: START to Number 7676245
With D2 it must be assured that the correct number of the SMS Operator is dialed: +49 172 22 70 333
You will receive an SMS as confirmation, that you can receive Emails In this SMS you also get the Email-Address of the Mobile Phone:
Within the Graphical Script Editor a Send Email block is put behind all places which record a voice mail. As parameter use the Email address as explained in 2. As subject (!) the following can be entered:
from SwyxWare v3.2
Voicemail received at %DateTime()% by %CallerID()% %CallerName()%
from SwyxWare v4.0
="Voicemail received at " & CurDateTime() & " by " & CallerID() & " " & CallerName()
From this moment on the user will receive a short message on his mobile when a voicemail is left. The expenses for this service must be beared by the mobile phone user
- D1: 0,08 Euro (je SMS)
- D2: 0,198 Euro (je SMS)
- O2: 0,20 Euro (je SMS)
- E-Pus: 0,20 Euro (je SMS)
The %xxx% or Function() variables can be inserted with the xy key to the right of the subject or the mail text.
The option "Attach recorded Message" must not be selected.