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BitPim is a program that allows you to view and manipulate data on many CDMA phones from LG, Samsung, Sanyo and other manufacturers. This includes the PhoneBook, Calendar, WallPapers, RingTones (functionality varies by phone) and the Filesystem for most Qualcomm CDMA chipset based phones.
Kannel is a compact and very powerful open source WAP and SMS gateway, used widely across the globe both for serving trillions of short messages (SMS), WAP Push service indications and mobile internet connectivity.
Gammu and Wammu provides support to talk to any phone using standard API provided by libGammu. The most popular and widely used in various phones which includes Nokia, Siemens, Samsung, Motorola, LG, Alcatel. It provides support to send and receive SMS and MMS, Calendar, Contacts, backup SMS etc.
The SDK allows any Windows Mobile 5 phone to be used in conjunction with a PC to act as an SMS Server, allowing developers to easily write SMS applications, using just their phone and a PC. Additionally, it provides a collection of samples that among other things, allow non-programmers to use Excel to send bulk SMSs and to build simple information lookup applications. This project is actively developed by Microsoft India Research team.
Gnokii is a suite of programs for communicating with mobile phones. It was initially only available for Nokia mobile phones, but later extended to support others. It is available for Linux, BSD unix, Windows and Mac OS X and as source code.
Kalkun is open source web-based SMS (Short Message Service) management, it use gammu-smsd (part of gammu family) as SMS gateway engine to deliver and retrieve messages from your phone/modem. Kalkun only manage database that given by gammu.
This project aims to bring the power of the Google Voice API to the Python language in a simple, easy-to-use manner. Currently it allows you to place calls, send sms, download voicemails/recorded messages, and search the various folders of your Google Voice Accounts. You can use the Python API or command line script to schedule calls, check for new received calls/sms, or even sync your recorded voicemails/calls. Works for Python 2 and Python 3.
The goal of this project is to bring programmatic control of Google Voice to Java Developers. This includes Placing Calls, Sending SMS messages, and viewing Inbox, Voicemails etc. This project is similar to pygooglevoice.
The SMS Server Tools send and receive short messages through GSM modems or mobile phones. This tool can send short messages by simply storing text files into a special spool directory. The program monitors this directory and sends new files automatically. It also stores received short messages into another directory as text files.