E-Mail notification to users via SMS (gateway script ok, but notification script?!?)
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This is a script that does it for you, http://freshmeat.net/projects/pop2smswebde/
On of the best stuff in linux is that you dont need to create sutch scripts / programms download one and work on it a few days to get the results your want.
Dam but are there any web based site that offer *free* sms services? in france, austria... you can go onto sms.fr (whatever) and enter the telephone number ans the message and click send. If you look at the html code, ull see
form action="send.sms.php" method="POST"..
input type="num" name="number...."
input type="title" name="title..." etc..
Rip it up, Find out how it checks for the mail, find out how and where it sends the sms and just change that function to your web based one, i really think php will do the job because you would need a sript that runs localy and another one calling the site and php does that. Its not only a Great powerfull web based language but also an exelent shell ;D
But im promoting PHP as alwas just continu as you feel everything is possible.