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I did something simalur to this but added an option in SendMail to redirect an email address to the script. This way I could have email paging. Just Ideas!!!!!!!!!!!
/etc/aliases pagebrad: "| /usr/bin/" --------------------------------------- /usr/bin/ while (<STDIN>) {$org_msg .= $_}; $org_msg =~ /([Ss]ubject: )(.*)/; $msg = $2 if $2; $org_msg =~ /([Ff]rom: )(.*)/; $from_field = $2 if $2; $URL = ''; use HTTP::Request::Common qw(POST); use LWP::UserAgent; $ua = new LWP::UserAgent; my $req = POST $URL, [ PIN => $pgr_num, From => $from_field, Subject => $subj, Message => $msg, tr => "PinSend", page_name => "Phnximg" ];

In reply to Re: Sending SMS msgs to AT&T phone / Coping with forms that want cookies by Anonymous Monk
in thread Sending SMS msgs to AT&T phone / Coping with forms that want cookies by dws

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