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Various connection protocols supported:

 HTTP / HTTPS / XML / SMS 2 e-mail / e-mail 2 SMS
 UCP (EMI) / CIMD2 / SMPP V 3.4

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Help for HTTP / HTTPS API interface

-> Help section
-> Using HTTP / HTTPS standard interface
-> Using HTTP / HTTPS XML interface
-> Using SMTP import@truesenses.com interface
-> Using SMTP direct addressing interface
-> Bulk SMS delivery reports
-> Track remaining account credits using HTTP / HTTPS

-> Please note that this section does not list integration documents for Premium SMS or IVR billing services. These documents are provided to contractual clients only.

     

Using HTTP / HTTPS standard interface

Bulk SMS MT Submission from client

In order to transmit delivery requests, you should send requests to either:

  • HTTP Reception Gateway
    http://www.truesenses.com/cgi-bin/
    smsgateway.cgi

  • HTTPS Reception Gateway
    https://secure.simmcomm.ch/cgi-bin/
    smsgateway.cgi


MT Transmission parameters


The HTTP POST transmission string is composed of keywords with associated values, separated by equals sign (=). All such keyword=value pairs are connected with standard HTTP POST character &. The hole HTTP request should be URL encoded.

The MT request consists of the following parameters:
  • CMD
    (Fixed command value)
    Value: SENDMESSAGE

  • ACCOUNT
    (Your account name)
    Example: MyAccount

  • PASSWORD
    (Your account password)
    Example: MyPassword

  • NUMBER
    (Recipient number; same format as on MO delivery)
    Example: 0041791234567

  • MESSAGE
    (MT Message text, URL-encoded)
    Example: “The+weather+in+Zurich+is+20+degrees."

Optional parameters

  • ORIGIN
    (Sender ID, numeric with optional + sign
    or alphanumeric ID of up to 11 characters)
    Example: +41791234567
    Example: MyownID

  • FLASH=ON
    If this parameter is passed, the SMS will appear directly as a paging alert on the mobile phone (the exact presentation depends on the make/model of the receiving phone).

  • TEST=ON
    If this parameter is passed, the SMS won't be sent and the gateway will return TESTMODE instead of a YYMMDDHHMMSS MESSAGEID. This can be used for performing an integration test of the interface.

MT Result codes

Upon reception of the MT POST transmission string,
the gateway will respond back with one of the following
possible result codes:

  • 01 SENT YYMMDDHHMMSS
    The message was successfully accepted and forwarded to the operator for delivery YYMMDDHHMMSS corresponds to the assigned MESSAGEID.

  • 11 SYNTAX ERROR
    Error: Wrong format of SMS.
    Eg. NUMBER or ORIGIN invalid or MESSAGE too long.

  • 90 INVALID ACCOUNT
    Error: The account doesn’t exist

  • 91 INVALID PASSWORD
    Error: The password is incorrect

  • 92 INVALID PARAMETERS
    Error: Mandatory parameters are missing

  • 93 NO AMOUNT LEFT
    Error: Not enough prepay credits

  • 94 UNTRUSTED HOST
    Error: Sending Host is not granted access
    -> For self service accounts, you can configure the trusted hosts from within the administration section.

  • 95 INVALID DESTINATION NUMBER
    Error: Recipient number mismatch

  • 97 RECIPIENT BLOCKED
    Error: Recipient is blacklisted

Shell script examples using CURL

You can use any software or programming language for accessing the HTTP / HTTPS interface. Below we are providing example scripts of the most basic part, using CURL for the transmission.

For the script examples, you will need to install the CURL version corresponding to your operating system:

  • Visit the CURL download page and download the version for your needs

Shell scripts for SMS transmission

Linux/Unix/Mac OS X shell scripts

  • sendsms.sh

    Example:

    ./sendsms.sh Account Password DestNumber "Hello World" MyOrigin

  • senddemo.sh

    Example:

    ./senddemo.sh Account Password DestNumber "Hello World" MyOrigin


Windows shell scripts

  • sendsms.bat

    Example:

    sendsms.bat Account Password DestNumber "Hello World" MyOrigin



  • senddemo.bat

    Example:

    senddemo.bat Account Password DestNumber "Hello World" MyOrigin



 

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