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hi,

Is it possible to send SMS with kerio or other software to remind appointments in kerio connect.

sorry for english i'm french.

PAUL Nicolas
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Well, many cell phone companies maintain a gateway that lets you send messages using the person's cell number.

See http://www.tech-recipes.com/rx/939/sms_email_cingular_nextel _sprint_tmobile_verizon_virgin/ for a partial list.

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Well, thank you, but that is very rough code - more proof of concept than anything else. I didn't test it against a lot of events, so nasty stuff could screw it up.

I realiy don't understand why Kerio hasn't added email as an option for reminders. My wife wouldn't even use KerIo Calendar because that wasn't there.

It would also be nice to be able to send multiple reminders like Google Calendar does..

[Updated on: Fri, 14 September 2012 23:08]


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Oh, and with that, you could have a user rule that looked for Reminder in the subject and forwarded those to your SMS number..


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