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Smash sends messages to mobile phones and pagers. A server handles the SMS gruntwork while small portable clients submit messages to be sent. Smash uses a plugin system to support different operators and protocols.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  19 Apr 2001 09:28

    Release Notes: The following new configuration parameters were added: delete_orphans, spooldir, portm, and plugindir. Some bugfixes and improvements to plugins have also been added.

    •  13 Oct 2000 15:02

      Release Notes: A bug in file the locking code was fixed. The mysterious "sometimes-the-serial-port-doesn't-work-on-bsd" bug was fixed. A new operator was added: KPN Holland. The default modem dial command was changed to 'atdt' (from 'atd').

      •  10 Oct 2000 21:37

        Release Notes: New device locking and operators Proximus and Mobistar.

        •  22 Jun 2000 15:42

          Release Notes: This release adds more configurable values, a multilevel and multisystem log, and new write functions for the plugins to better allow plugin debugging. Use of the Operator: header when posting a message now lets the client select the outgoing operator, phone number prefix matching is now regex, the client now features --listop to list the server's supported operators, and the UCP-plugin now supports opcode 51.

          •  15 Jun 2000 13:33

            Release Notes: New plugins, TAP and UCP, bumping the number of operators up to 16. Also, this is the first version of the plugin API document included.


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