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    Perl Archive : Miscellaneous : SMS Wall
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    Date Published: 0000-00-00

    There are many useful features of Ozeki SMS Wall. These features help to manage the presented information and store historical data for later use. The most important of these are the following: Unwanted messages can be deleted from the wall any time. The sender phone number of incoming messages can be automatically saved in a database. To the saved phone numbers advertisements or any other information can be sent with only a few mouse-clicks. One of the important aspects during developement was to make it easy to change the background graphics and to provide an easy way to modify the display characteristics of the animation. For example you can put animated gifs on the page and you can ask the software to replace certain character sequences, such as a smile, in the message to graphics. In addition to the above the software enables you to perform pre-display and on-screen moderation and message filtering. The software is able to display international (unicode 2) characters, which means it can be used in any country with the local language (arabic, chinese and every unicode character is supported). If you wish to download a trial version, you should click on the following link: ozekisms_wall2_trial.exe (3.7Mb). This version is similar to the first version. It means you need a PC, a mobile phone and a projector to use it. Of course the mobile phone needs to be connected to the PC with a data cable or an Infrared or Bluetooth connection. You may take a look at our list of supported devices to find out which GSM modems are the best.
     
     


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