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  1. #16
    Albinus
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    Re: Telstra SMS - a technical problem

    Derek wrote:
    >
    > Perhaps biggest SW in the world. Located in India. Owned in Singapore!
    >


    'yes'



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  2. #17
    John Henderson
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    Re: Telstra SMS - a technical problem

    Nick W wrote:

    > Bizarre, replicated here too on a prepaidplus sim.
    > I've got a contact at MobileNet, I'll send him an email and
    > see what he thinks.


    Thanks, I'd be glad to hear of any response.

    I spent a lot of time getting to the bottom of his problem. I'm
    a software developer, and have just added proper support for
    these extension-table characters in an SMS sending program of
    mine. I couldn't get it working properly, and eventually
    nailed my choice of a Telstra SIM for testing as the source of
    the "bug".

    The SMS packed PDU (Protocol Data Unit) User Data field I'm
    sending is different from what I'm receiving. I can only
    assume that Telstra is unpacking the message content (for
    whatever reason), but is not putting it back together properly.

    John



  3. #18
    Nick W
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    Re: Telstra SMS - a technical problem

    John Henderson wrote:
    > Nick W wrote:
    >
    >> Bizarre, replicated here too on a prepaidplus sim.
    >> I've got a contact at MobileNet, I'll send him an email and
    >> see what he thinks.

    >
    > Thanks, I'd be glad to hear of any response.
    >
    > I spent a lot of time getting to the bottom of his problem. I'm
    > a software developer, and have just added proper support for
    > these extension-table characters in an SMS sending program of
    > mine. I couldn't get it working properly, and eventually
    > nailed my choice of a Telstra SIM for testing as the source of
    > the "bug".
    >
    > The SMS packed PDU (Protocol Data Unit) User Data field I'm
    > sending is different from what I'm receiving. I can only
    > assume that Telstra is unpacking the message content (for
    > whatever reason), but is not putting it back together properly.
    >
    > John


    It's been passed on to someone that looks after messaging.
    Does your listed email work?

    -Nick



  4. #19
    John Henderson
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    Re: Telstra SMS - a technical problem

    Nick W wrote:

    > Does your listed email work?


    Just remove the "RemoveThis", and hope the spam filter gets it
    right.

    John



  5. #20
    Michael
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    Re: Telstra SMS - a technical problem


    "John Henderson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Michael wrote:
    >
    > > i dont think anyone actually cares

    >
    > Unfortunately, this may well be the Telstra attitude. But it
    > also means that the Telstra SMSC is not GSM 03.38 compliant:


    It doesnt have to be

    > "This code is an escape to an extension of the 7 bit default
    > alphabet table. A receiving entity which does not understand
    > the meaning of this escape mechanism shall display it as a
    > space character."
    >
    > Space is char(32) in both ASCII and the GSM default alphabet.
    > It is not char(96).


    That doesnt change the fact that no one cares





  6. #21
    Derek
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    Re: Telstra SMS - a technical problem


    "Michael" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > That doesnt change the fact that no one cares
    >

    So Michael cares and after all he is "No.1"





  7. #22
    Dog Fart
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    Re: Telstra SMS - a technical problem

    On Tue, 30 May 2006 05:31:55 +1000, Rod Speed wrote:

    > They dont have sheltered workshops in india, stupid.


    Lot of them don't even have shelter.



  8. #23
    Rod Speed
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    Re: Telstra SMS - a technical problem

    Dog Fart <[email protected]> wrote
    > Rod Speed wrote


    >> They dont have sheltered workshops in india, stupid.


    > Lot of them don't even have shelter.


    Precisely.

    They dont have welfare either.





  9. #24
    Dog Fart
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    Re: Telstra SMS - a technical problem

    On Sun, 04 Jun 2006 14:58:37 +1000, Rod Speed wrote:

    > Precisely.
    >
    > They dont have welfare either.


    That's why they end up as such a scammy lot.



  10. #25
    Rod Speed
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    Re: Telstra SMS - a technical problem

    Dog Fart <[email protected]> wrote
    > Rod Speed wrote


    >> They dont have welfare either.


    > That's why they end up as such a scammy lot.


    Its why the dregs die like flys too.





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