How to use ASPSMS?

Here is the ASP VB-Script example, intended to be used on an IIS (Internet Information Server) from Microsoft or any other application that supports ActiveX/COM-Objects.

You may change the code according to the documentation.


Sample code:

  1. <%
  2. Set SMS = Server.CreateObject("ASPSMS.Booster")
  3. SMS.Userkey = "I3QHMYKEY6E"
  4. SMS.Password = "mypassword"
  5. SMS.Originator = "0041763251527"
  6. SMS.MessageData = "hello dad, call me in an hour! love, cathy"
  7. SMS.FlashingSMS = False
  8. SMS.AddRecipient "0044734255533"
  9. SMS.SendTextSMS
  10. lResult = SMS.ErrorCode
  11. SMS.DeleteAllRecipients
  12. Set SMS = Nothing
  13. %>


Explanation according to line:

  1. Open ASP tag
  2. Create an instance of SMS control
  3. Set Mailer control properties and collection items
  4. Set Mailer control properties and collection items
  5. Set Mailer control properties and collection items
  6. Set Mailer control properties and collection items
  7. Set Mailer control properties and collection items
  8. Set Mailer control properties and collection items
  9. Send SMS
  10. Capture SMS error if there is
  11. Remove all the recipient
  12. Release resources
  13. Close ASP tag


For further information, please refer to: http://www.aspsms.com/documentation/


Note: This may please be noted that this component can be uniformly used by all the users of Windows Shared Hosting.


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