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MMS Diary

MMS Diary is a mobile phone weblog/diary for use when you are on holiday. It uses MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) as a transport to upload texts and photos to your homepage. This is done with a PHP script that pretends to be an MMS proxy relay (the server that receives MMS messages is sometimes also referred to as MMSC).

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Recent releases

  •  17 Jun 2003 07:54

    Release Notes: This version fixes a semicolon-related bug. One more header type (Status) is now also parsed in the MMS making the mmslib more complete.

    •  09 Jun 2003 10:33

      Release Notes: This release includes thumbnail creation for large images, an option to show the sender's address on the page, and a more general way of displaying content by registering a function for a certain extension. It also contains several bugfixes (including one for the Sagem MyX-5m phone), security enhancements for the admin interface, and German umlaut fixes.

      •  14 May 2003 18:43

        Release Notes: This release contains bugfixes in the parsing of content types. It also introduces a hook interface where you can add functions to act on files of a certain content-type. Two hooks are added, one for WBMP to PNG conversion and one for AMR to WAV conversion, so WBMP and AMR are now supported as well. The HTML presentation layer is also updated so that users can click on sound icons to listen to WAV, AMR, or MIDI files that you upload from your phone.

        •  26 Apr 2003 12:14

          Release Notes: This release contains some fixes for Nokia phones (they send text in UTF16, and some phones do not use Subject fields in messages), enhancements in HTML presentation, a bugfix for parsing the From field in messages, and documentation improvements.

          •  20 Apr 2003 15:29

            Release Notes: This release includes enhancements in the HTML presentation (view.php), the addition of a simple admin interface for removal of unwanted diary entries, and documentation improvements.


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