ê For older devices without support, this function requires the licensing of the Message Routing module.
i The options for this function are located in the web interface under Configuration - Message Routing.
The Message Routing allows to forward incoming messages (SMS, E-Mail, Telegram or Telegram & SMS) based on configurable rules.
Overview of configurable rules
|AND Connection||Specify one or more search pattern that are related to each other. Only if all search pattern matches the rule gets activated.|
|Message||Specify the message text which activates this rule. On incoming emails the subject is not considered.|
|Message RegEx||Specify the message text which activates this rule (the sender will evaluate as Regular Expression). On incoming emails the subject is not considered.|
|NOT Connection||Specify one or more search pattern to ignore the rule.|
|OR Connection||Specify one or more search pattern that are related to each other. If one search pattern matches the rule gets activated.|
Specify the sender which activates this rule.
Specify the sender which activates this rule (the sender will evaluate as Regular Expression).
Click the Add button in the column rule, to add a new rule.
Click the Add button in the column destination, to add a destination for the forwarding.
|Add contacts ( Telegram/Automatik )||Add a contact from the addressbook.||Telegram|
|Add groups ( SMS/E-Mail )||Add a group as recipient.||recipient groups<![CDATA[ ]]>|
|Add contact ( SMS/E-Mail )||Add a contact from the addressbook.|
|Auto responder||Add a auto responder.|
|Add a group (Telegrom/Automatic)||Add a group as recipient.||Telegram|
Add the URL to a script which conducts further processing.
|HTTP Request (iSMS Protokoll)||
Add the URL to your monitoring system, to acknowledge Nagios alerts.
Use the arrows in the column order to sort the rules. The rules will be processed in order from top to bottom. Multiple rules can match.
Use the option Ignore subsequent rules to prevent the processing of further rules.
Search and replace:
When checking the checkmark on the field Search and replace, further options appear:
With this option it is possible to search incoming messages with a search pattern and replace them with the substitution.
The first input field requires a search pattern in the form of a Regular expression.
The second input field requires the substitution for the search pattern.
Examples for search and replace:
|All incoming messages (SMS) get searched through for the search pattern Alpha and get replaced by Bravo if found.|
|Example for a search pattern utilizing a Regular expression. All incoming messages (SMS) get searched through for the search patterns Search 1 and Search 2 and get replaced by Replace if found.|
Examples for logical connections and regular expressions
|Every incoming message (SMS) will be forwarded to an E-Mail-adress|
|Every incoming message (SMS) from the specified number will be forwarded.|
|The incoming message (Telegram & SMS) that contains the text "meeting at" will be forwarded.|
|The incoming message (SMS) has to be sent from a german or austrian number to get forwarded.|
|The incoming message (E-Mail) have to be sent from a sender of the domain brevis.one to get forwarded.|
|Every message (SMS) that was not sent from a number with 123 at the end or that does not contain the text "Test" will be forwarded.|
- Connecting the SMS Gateway to a Microsoft Exchange Server 2013
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- Firmware Update
- First steps
- Are there further modules for the SMS Gateway?
- General configuration
- How does Email to SMS function?
- How can I update the firmware of my SMS Gateway?
- Message Routing
- Can my SMS Gateway receive and forward messages?
- How do I get a license for my SMS Gateway?
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