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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting Sending message to a mobile number through UNIX Post 302910031 by Sharma331 on Tuesday 22nd of July 2014 05:58:03 AM
Old 07-22-2014
Quote:
Originally Posted by mph
Here's something you could try.


Code:
#!/bin/ksh
#
# Pageme (05/20/00)
# Page me with a short message
#
if [ -z "$1" ]
then
  printf "Enter Message (128 Chars Max.): "
  read message
else
  message=$*
fi
echo "$message" | mail 1234567890@carriers.smsmail.domain.xxx
echo
echo "Message Sent"

You need to know the carriers sms domain. I wrote this back in 2000. So I have no idea even where to find the sms domain. For AT&T back then it used to be: mobile.att.net
Thanks this works!!
 

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gettext(1)							   User Commands							gettext(1)

NAME
gettext - retrieve text string from message database SYNOPSIS
gettext [-d textdomain | --domain=textdomain] [textdomain] msgid gettext -s [-e] [-n] [-d textdomain | --domain=textdomain] msgid... DESCRIPTION
The gettext utility retrieves a translated text string corresponding to string msgid from a message object generated with msgfmt(1). The message object name is derived from the optional argument textdomain if present, otherwise from the TEXTDOMAIN environment. If no domain is specified, or if a corresponding string cannot be found, gettext prints msgid. Ordinarily, gettext looks for its message object in /usr/lib/locale/lang/LC_MESSAGES where lang is the locale name. If present, the TEXTDO- MAINDIR environment variable replaces the pathname component up to lang. This command interprets C escape sequences such as for tab. Use \ to print a backslash. To produce a message on a line of its own, either enter at the end of msgid, or use this command in conjunction with printf(1). When used with the -s option, gettext behaves like echo(1). But it does not simply copy its arguments to standard output. Instead, those messages found in the selected catalog are translated. OPTIONS
The following options are supported: -d textdomain Retrieves translated messages from the domain textdomain, if textdomain is not specified as an operand. --domain=textdomain -e Enables expansion of some escape sequences if used with the -s option. -n Suppresses trailing newline if used with the -s option. -s Behaves like echo(1) (see DESCRIPTION above). If the -s option is specified, no expansion of C escape sequences is performed and a newline character is appended to the output, by default. OPERANDS
The following operands are supported: textdomain A domain name used to retrieve the messages. This overrides the specification by the -d or --domain options, if present. msgid A key to retrieve the localized message. ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
LANG Specifies locale name. LC_MESSAGES Specifies messaging locale, and if present overrides LANG for messages. TEXTDOMAIN Specifies the text domain name, which is identical to the message object filename without .mo suffix. TEXTDOMAINDIR Specifies the pathname to the message database. If present, replaces /usr/lib/locale. ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Availability |SUNWcsu | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
echo(1), msgfmt(1), printf(1), gettext(3C), setlocale(3C), attributes(5) NOTES
This is the shell equivalent of the library routine gettext(3C). SunOS 5.10 17 Sep 2001 gettext(1)

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