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    Sending a retrieved SMS using Python

    I am writing a Python script to read a SMS from the SIM memory, buffer it and send the same SMS to another number. I am executing this script on Telit GM862-GPS gsm modem.
    The script I have written is :


    import MDM

    MDM.send('AT+CMGF=1\r', 10) # Changing to Text mode
    MDM.send('AT+CMGR=1\r',0) # Reading SMS at index 1
    a = MDM.receive(10) # Receiving as string

    MDM.send('AT+CMGS="Phone no.", 129', 0) #selecting a particular no.
    MDM.send(a, 0) # sending retrieved SMS
    MDM.sendbyte(0x1A, 0) # sending Ctrl Z



    But I am facing this problem:
    After executing "AT+CMGR=1 \r" command, the script doesn't execute commands after that. I have checked this by putting a simple AT command to change some value after "Read SMS" command & that value doesnt get changed. I dont know for what weird reason its doing this.

    It would be really helpful if someone can help me out with this.

    Regards

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    Re: Sending a retrieved SMS using Python

    I know this is an extremely old post but does anyone have some information on this? I'd be really interested to experiment with this kind of stuff.

    Thanks!
    Last edited by yoerski; April 21st, 2011 at 12:50 PM.

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