Configuring the application for CIMD2
OZEKI SMS supports the CIMD2, to connect to an SMSC
over the Internet or other private TCP/IP network. Some mobile
operators provide CIMD2 connections for higher volumes of SMS traffic. In order to
configure this connection you must perform the following steps:
installation select the Preferences... from the Server menu.
When this menu item is selected, the
Server Options form opens.
Select the GSM
Device1 in the Installed GSM phones box and click
on the Uninstall button. When you uninstalled
the GSM device successfully you can start to install the CIMD2
Select the CIMD2
connection to the SMSC from the GSM Device for SMS
messaging combobox and press Intall button. In
the Installed GSM phones box will appear the CIMD2
After installing the CIMD2 driver click on the
Configure button to
start the configuration. On the configuration screen you should provide
the neccessary login information to connect to the server.
fill in the Phone number text box you can modify the phone number to
Testing the connection
After finishing these settings close
the CIMD2 Connection 1 Configurating form by clicking on OK and start the SMS
sending and receiving service by clicking on
" button on the main screen of the
select the Server Events folder on
the left, you can see the startup message of the server. This message
should be: "SERVER_STARTUP ok"
Once the application is started you can view the CIMD2 communication
log by clicking on the CIMD2 communication menu item in the Server menu.
(This menuitem becomes visible after you have installed the CIMD2
Sending your first SMS
Once the application is installed and configured
properly, you can send an SMS by clicking on the Create SMS
icon. This brings up the SMS composer, where you can specify the
phone numbers and the message text. Make sure you specify the phones
numbers in international format. e.g.: +36209937723. When the message
is written, you can send it by clicking on the Send
Once you installed
the server, you can configure plugins or you can start developing
applications. Good luck!
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