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Its a simple commandline tool that allows you send text messages and mms to your phone using terminal

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Terminal Text

A simple python module that allows you send text messages to your phone.

Installation

  • pip install terminal-text install the module
  • export EMAIL = Your Email
  • export PASS = Your login password
  • export SMTP , smpt setting from your email for example smtp.gmail.com
  • export PORT , SMPT port
  • export SMS_GATEWAY the sms gateway of your carrier.

SMS GATEWAYS

  • AT&T: [number]@txt.att.net
  • Sprint: [number]@messaging.sprintpcs.com or [number]@pm.sprint.com
  • T-Mobile: [number]@tmomail.net
  • Verizon: [number]@vtext.com
  • Boost Mobile: [number]@myboostmobile.com
  • Cricket: [number]@sms.mycricket.com
  • Metro PCS: [number]@mymetropcs.com
  • Tracfone: [number]@mmst5.tracfone.com
  • U.S. Cellular: [number]@email.uscc.net
  • Virgin Mobile: [number]@vmobl.com NOTE: Make sure to add 1 before the number.

Usage

  • termtext -m "Enter Message\n"

Contribution

  • This module is available under MIT license.
  • if you would like to contribute to this module feel free to fork and create a PR.

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