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Installing the EUROTEL M2M driver

Prior to creating a connection with eurotel, you must install a client certificate on the computer, where Ozeki Message Server is used. This certificate should be a Verisign Class 1 Public Primary CA.
In order to use the Eurotel connection, you must make sure, that the service is running using the Administrator user account. By default the OzekiMessageServer service is using the default SYSTEM user, as any other  service in your system. Since the Eurotel driver is using HTTPS with the help of Microsoft Internet Explorer, each request must have access, to the digital signitures (certificates) installed by the Administrator. The SYSTEM account used by services, does not have access to these account. The following webpage gives detailed instructions on how to change the user account of the service:
When you try to set up the connection to Eurotel, you might experience the following error messages:
ERROR_INTERNET_CONNECTION_TIMEOUTThis is not a real error message. It comes from the nature of this connection. Do not care about this error message! It happens, because Eurotel requires a polling technique to receive incoming messages. This means that the IE client must start a download and wait for something to return. If there is no incoming message, the download connection is not terminated by the server. Instead it is kept open until a message arrives or a timeout happens. When the timeout happens you receive this message. After this message is received, Ozeki will immediately open a new connection to make sure all messages arrive as fast as possible.
ERROR_INTERNET_CONNECTION_RESETThis means that the network connection was terminated during a download. If you see this error message it means, that IE client of Ozeki was able to connect to the Eurotel server, but for some reason the HTTP transaction wasn't completed successfuly. For example the Java servlet on Eurotels server got an exception and the connection was terminated without a response.
ERROR_INTERNET_INVALID_CAThe security certificate on the Eurotel server is invalid. Contact Eurotel to install a valid certificate on the server and try again.
ERROR_INTERNET_SEC_CERT_CN_INVALIDThe connection failed due to an incorrect SSL certificate common name. The name of the server that is running Microsoft Mobile Information Server does not match the common name on the certificate. 
ERROR_INTERNET_SEC_CERT_DATE_INVALIDThe connection failed due to an incorrect SSL certificate timestamp. You must check the time and date settings on your PC.
ERROR_INTERNET_CANNOT_CONNECTThe client could not open a connection to the Eurotel server. You may receive this error message if one of the following conditions is true: There is no connectivity with the server. A certificate is not installed on the server. The configuration settings on the device are not correct. 
Other error messages Other error messages related to Internet Explorer can be found on the following webpage:
Sending your first SMS message.
When you send an SMS message on this connection, you must make sure, that you start the phone number with a + sign followed by the country code: +420.....

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