Using SMS and MMS Toolkit with Visual Basic for Applications (MM7 Connection)
The SMS and MMS Toolkit is a software development kit (SDK) to enhance an application or script with SMS, MMS and Pager functionality.
SMS messages can be sent using a GSM/GPRS modem, an SMPP provider, an HTTP compliant SMS provider or using a standard dialup or fixed-line SMS modem.
MMS messages can be sent via a GSM/GPRS modem (MM1), an SMTP server (MM4) or an XML/SOAP compliant provider (MM7).
- Send and receive numeric- and alphanumeric text SMS messages
- Verify delivery of outgoing SMS messages
- Support for multimedia SMS messages, including ringtones, pictures and logo's
- Support for WAP Push, WAP Bookmarks, vCards, voicemail/e-mail/fax/MMS indications
- Support for Unicode, to support foreign languages like Arabic, Chinese, Hebrew, etc.
- Support for multi-part messages, to allow messages longer than 160 characters
- Support for GSM modems, GSM phones, SMS/HTTP providers, SMPP (Short Message Peer to Peer) providers, TAP/XIO and UCP dial-in SMSC providers
- Support Multi-threading environments. The component is thread-safe, which means it can be used in a multi-threaded environment
- Samples included for various development platforms: MS Visual Basic, MS Visual Basic .NET, MS Visual C++, MS Visual Studio C# .NET, ASP, ASP .NET, Borland Delphi, Borland C++ Builder, Windows Powershell ColdFusion and more
- Support for many multimedia formats incl.: JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP, WBMP, TIF, WAV, MP3, MIDI, AC3, GP3, AVI, MPG, MP4, VCARD, VCALENDAR, JAR and more
- Support for MM1 (MMS over WAP), MM4 (MMS over SMTP) and MM7 (MMS over HTML/SOAP)
- Send alpha-numeric Pager messages through SNPP
This document describes how the SMS and MMS Toolkit can be integrated into Visual Basic for Applications projects.
Using SMS and MMS Toolkit with Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)