How to Use Email to SMS on S-Series PBX

Email to SMS is a feature that allows users’ email to send the SMS to the mobile phone number via email.

Work flow: ------->mail box ----parse the subject (port & mobile phone number) ----->GSM module

 

Step 1. Enable Email to SMS

  • Country Code: Choose your country code, the default is blank.
  • Email Checking Interval: Set the interval, the default is 60 seconds.
  • Access Code: Optional setting, the default is blank. The access code is used to verify the email subject received. If you set the access code, the email subject must contain the code.

Step 2. How to Install the GSM/3G/4G module

  1. For S100 and S300, you need to specify the GSM/3G/4G port is on which expansion board. For example, "port:2_1", means the port1 of the Ex08 expansion board’s slot 2 is GSM/3G/4G port.
  2. For 4G module,it must be inserted into the 1st slot of the Ex08 expansion board.
  3. For S20 and S50, the Ex08 expansion board with the 4G module must be installed into the 1st of the device.

Step 3. Sending the Email to SMS

S-series IPPBX

1. Send Email to SMS without Access Code through the Default GSM/3G/4G Port

  • Email Subject (To single SMS contact): num: phone number;

As per this sample, the text of this email (“Hello World!”) will be sent to the phone number “123456789” through the 1st available GSM trunk( The Access Code should set by the administrator).

 

  • Email Subject (To 5 SMS contacts): num: phone number A,B,C,D,E;

As per this sample, the text of this email (“Hello World!”) will be sent to the phone numbers “012345678” ,“123456789”, “234567890”, “345678900” and “456789000” through the 1st available GSM trunk( The Access Code should set by the administrator). (Up to 5 SMS contacts per time.)

 

2. Send Email to SMS without Access Code through a Specific GSM/3G/4G Port

  • Email Subject (To single SMS contact): port: port number; num: phone number;

As per this sample, the text of this email (“Hello World!”) will be sent to the phone number “123456789” through the specific GSM trunk 5 ( The Access Code should set by the administrator).

  • Email Subject (To 5 SMS contacts):

port: port number; num: phone number A,B,C,D,E;

As per this sample, the text of this email (“Hello World!”) will be sent to the phone numbers “012345678” ,“123456789”, “234567890”, “345678900” and “456789000” through the specific GSM trunk 5 ( The Access Code should set by the administrator).

 

3. Send Email to SMS with Access Code through the Default GSM/3G/4G Port

Access code: 7878 (Should set by the administrator)

  • Email Subject (To single SMS contact): num:phone number;code:code number;

As per this sample, the text of this email (“Hello World!”) will be sent to the phone number “123456789” through the 1st available GSM trunk, “7878” is the Access Code set by the administrator.

  • Email Subject (To 5 SMS contacts):

num:phone number A,B,C,D,E;code:code number;

As per this sample, the text of this email (“Hello World!”) will be sent to the phone numbers “012345678” ,“123456789”, “234567890”, “345678900” and “456789000” through the 1st available GSM trunk, “7878” is the Access Code set by the administrator.

 

4. Send Email to SMS with Access Code through a Specific GSM/3G/4G Port

  • Email Subject (To single SMS contact):

port:port number;num:phone number;code:code number;

As per this sample, the text of this email (“Hello World!”) will be sent to the phone numbers “012345678” ,“123456789”, “234567890”, “345678900” and “456789000” through the specific GSM trunk 5, “7878” is the Access Code set by the administrator.

  • Email Subject (To 5 SMS contacts):

port:port number;num:phone number A,B,C,D,E;code:code number;

As per this sample, the text of this email (“Hello World!”) will be sent to the phone numbers “012345678” ,“123456789”, “234567890”, “345678900” and “456789000” through the specific GSM trunk 5, “7878” is the Access Code set by the administrator. (Up to 5 SMS contacts.)

 

 

 

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