ManySMSender
ManySMSender
2.4.3

5.0

ManySMSender free download for Mac

ManySMSender

2.4.3
09 January 2006

Use your GSM phone for SMS messaging.

Overview

Send and View short messages. Supports all known standard phonebooks (New/Edit/Move/Copy functions). Saves phonebooks to files (and use them as cache). Loads phonebooks from files. Views EMS messages (only predefined sounds & pictures) even if phone doesn't support EMS. Supports all known short messages memories (SIM, Mobile, Broadcast, etc). Saves conversations (logs). Support up to 230400 bps via IrDA. Switching to higher speed if phone support such feature. Use control-click (right click) in dialog list boxes to access most functions. Demo version now has only one restriction - sends short messages with no more than 10 symbols.

Tested phones : Siemens ME45, S35i, C35, C45, Nokia 7110, 8810, 6310i (thanks to Remy Chavannes from Netherlands),Ericsson R320s, R520m, T68, Sony Ericsson T610 (thanks to Stuart Devlin from United Kingdom), Motorola Timeport P7389, P260, Trium Eclipse.

What's new in ManySMSender

Version 2.4.3: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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3 ManySMSender Reviews

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27 June 2003

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It's not in the documentation and I don't know if the author tried it but this thing works with Bluetooth. I am currently using a G4/400 with a D-Link DBT-120 USB Bluetooth Adapter and 10.2.6. In the program's preferences, I selected bluetooth modem and my computer recognized my phone ( Sony Ericsson T68i) . I was able to send myself a 10 character SMS. Pretty cool. The phone's blootooth must be on and set to discoverable before this will work though. If I didn't already use GSM Remote X I would seriously consider registering this product for full functionality
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Version 2.3
Anonymous
18 March 2004
use the 2.3.5 version (2004), even better!
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Version 2.3.1
mac03-ru
02 July 2003
Great application! Many hot features, nice addition for mobile computing where internet via cell not avalaible or high volume (like a roaming). Good for storing notes in messages in phones without notes feature too. Good job, Nick, please continue developing!
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Version 2.3
27 June 2003
It's not in the documentation and I don't know if the author tried it but this thing works with Bluetooth. I am currently using a G4/400 with a D-Link DBT-120 USB Bluetooth Adapter and 10.2.6. In the program's preferences, I selected bluetooth modem and my computer recognized my phone ( Sony Ericsson T68i) . I was able to send myself a 10 character SMS. Pretty cool. The phone's blootooth must be on and set to discoverable before this will work though. If I didn't already use GSM Remote X I would seriously consider registering this product for full functionality
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Version 2.3