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smsq - helper to send SMS messages

SMSQ(8) SMSQ(8)

NAME

smsq - helper to send SMS messages

SYNOPSIS

smsq <oa/da> <message>

DESCRIPTION

smsq is a simple helper application designed to make it easy to send messages from a command line. it is intended to run on the Asterisk box and have direct access to the queue directories for SMS and for Asterisk.

OPTIONS

-q, --queue=number[-X]
Queue [inc sub address] (default: "")
-d, --da=number
Destination address
-o, --oa=number
Origination address
-m, --ud=text
Message
-f, --ud-file=filename
Message file
--UTF-8
File treated as null terminated UTF-8 (default)
--UCS-1
File treated as UCS-1
--UCS-2
File treated as UCS-2
-t, --mt
Mobile Terminated
--mo
Mobile Originated
--tx
Send message
-r, --rx
Queue for receipt
-e, --process=command
Rx queue process command
-x, --no-dial
Do not dial
--no-wait
Do not wait if already calling
--concurrent=n
Number of concurrent calls to allow (default: 1)
--motx-channel=channel
Channel for motx calls (default: "Local/1709400X")
--motx-callerid=number
Caller ID for motx calls (default is queue name without sub address)
--motx-wait=seconds
Time to wait for motx call to answer (default: 10)
--motx-delay=seconds
Time between motx call retries (default: 1)
--motx-retries=n
Number of retries for motx call (default: 10)
--mttx-channel=channel
Channel for mttx calls (default is Local/ and queue name without sub address)
--mttx-callerid=number
Caller ID for mttx calls (default is queue name without sub address) (default: "080058752X0")
--mttx-wait=seconds
Time to wait for mttx call to answer (default: 10)
--mttx-delay=seconds
Time between mttx call retries (default: 30)
--mttx-retries=n
Number of retries for mttx call (default: 100)
-n, --mr=n
Message reference
-p, --pid=n
Protocol ID
-c, --dcs=n
Data Coding Scheme
--udh=hex
User data header
--srr
Status Report Request
--rp
Return Path request
--v=seconds
Validity Period
--scts=YYYY-MM-SSTHH:MM:SS
Timestamp
--default-sub-address=X
Default sub address (default: "9")
--spool-dir=dirname
Asterisk spool dir (default: "/var/spool/asterisk")

Help options:

-?, --help
Show this help message
--usage
Display brief usage message
 

SEE ALSO

asterisk(8)
 

AUTHOR

This manual page was written by Jeremy Lainé <jeremy.laine@m4x.org>.
May 2014 Asterisk trunk