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    PHP Scripts

    Hey guys,

    I have a couple scripts that I have made at http://www.Racklane.com

    Please review both of them. Im looking to polish and sell them, thanks.

    Matt

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    With my computer, I can send an "email message" to my phone, and reply back in email,
    or I can send a "text message" and reply with a "text message".

    Am I wrong, that these are two totally different things?

    SMS to me is "text messaging", not the "email message".

    Is your script truly "text messaging"?

    Anybody else know exactly what SMS means ... maybe I'm way-off in this one?

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    Basically, say you wanted to talk to someone but you dont have a cell phone, and they do. You can do so through that. The script is so basic right now, all you can do is send a message. I plan on making it so much better.

    Like being able to talk with somebody via an account. Like a facebook wall.

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    I guess I'm questioning the name of your script ... as you call it SMS.

    I think it's "Mobile Email", not SMS ... is that correct?

    You really are not using SMS.

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    Short Message Service (SMS) is the text communication service component of phone, web or mobile communication systems, using standardized communications protocols that allow the exchange of short text messages between fixed line or mobile phone devices.
    Yes, it is SMS.

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    Well mlseim, you can actually email a phone and have it received as a text message... then a response back would return as an email.

    Its not true SMS/texting, but its cross service, so there's no real singular title. Its email to text/SMS.

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    OK ... I guess I'll have to study the terminology and what it means.

    You have the user enter their cell phone service provider.
    I've seen other SMS scripts where you only give them the phone number.
    Why is there a need for the cell phone provider?

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    They have a script that automatically figures out their cell phone carrier, I am yet to figure that out.

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    Just added carrier auto-detect feature on the SMS Script.

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    Added more carriers.

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    can any body

    Quote Originally Posted by beigmatt View Post
    Yes, it is SMS.
    me working in ajax and php i have a problem in my ajax code not running on request .status 200 and below what can i do


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