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Send command-line SMS via HTML API

Project Description

This is a command line utility for sending short messages with the help of the HTML API of different providers. Now sending a SMS is as far as typing:

send dude "Hey Dude!"

At the first start an example configuration file at the path ~/.config/smsl.json will be created which must be adapted. You can add profiles, contacts, and a csv file which will additionally be searched for contacts. All contacts are shared between the profiles.

You need to be registered at a provider which provides the HTML API. The tool creates a link like https://www.x.com/sendsms?user={user}&pw={pw}&to={to}& from={from}&text={text} which will be sent to the provider.

Give your thumb a break! ;)

Requirements

  • python 2.7 or python >3.2 and setuptools

Installation

  • run pip install smsl or
  • download source and run python setup.py install

Usage

Try send -h.

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