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RyeGuyWpg

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I am trying to setup a notification system for if a message gets delivered to a specific mailbox.
Currently, I have an Applescript setup in Apple mail that automatically generates an SMS message to my cellphone if a message comes in from a specific address (VoiceMail). It works great however, as I'm sure most of you can see the issue, Apple mail needs to be running on a workstation.
We are using SMS Mac Scripting.app for our automated SMS delivery and it works great and I would like to know if there would be a way to integrate that with Kerio Mail Filters on the server side.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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I think you might find this useful: http://manuals.kerio.com/kmsug/en/sect-filters.html#sect-not ification

Basically, set the email filter to send notification to the email address of your cellular phone (as supported by your operator) and it will be delivered as a SMS message.

[Updated on: Tue, 28 July 2009 00:39]

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RyeGuyWpg

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That's definitely a good option however I can't receive email directly on my phone. I think it's an issue with my carrier but when I get emails on my phone, I get an SMS notification that I have received an email on my phone and then have to send a text message back to get the message.
It's not a big deal however I would prefer to have the SMS directly to my phone.
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marook

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Hi,

I can see the usefulness of this, and I would assume that Kerio should be able to perform a CLI action on a rule.
If the admin was able to set it up, or allow certain external 'handlers' it could be great.

However, in this case, I would ask the provider why they don't send SMS's when there is a new voicemail. Here in Denmark we get this by default (for the last 10+ years) but you can turn it off.
We even get SMS' on non-answered calls.. if we want.. Wink

Regards,

Jakob Peterhänsel
Consultant - Humac A/S

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