How to Use Email to SMS on TGv3

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

  • Email Subject (To single contact): 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): phone number A,B,C,D,E

As per this sample, the text of this email (“Hello World!”) will be sent to the phone number “012345678” , “123456789”, “234567890”, “345678900” and “45678900” through the 1st available GSM trunk( The Access Code should set by the administrator).

 

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

  • Email Subject (To single SMS contact): port: port number-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-phone number A,B,C,D,E

As per this sample, the text of this email (“Hello World!”) will be sent to the phone number “012345678” , “123456789”, “234567890”, “345678900” and “45678900” 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, once enter the Access code, the standard email subject must come with 500).

  • Email Subject (To single SMS contact): 500: Access code-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, “7878” is the Access Code set by the administrator.

  • Email Subject ( To 5 SMS contacts): 500:Access code-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, “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):

500:Access code-port:port number-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, “7878” is the Access Code set by the administrator.

  • Email Subject (To 5 SMS contacts):

500:Access code-port:port number-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, “7878” is the Access Code set by the administrator. (Up to 5 SMS contacts once.)

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