Noonski · Feb 18, 2010 at 10:29 am

MiniSMS Server v0.1Beta

User mohitsapru seems to be aiming for the title “The SMS Go To Guy”.

In a short period he has made a bunch of SMS and Outlook related applications. And now he has made MiniSMS Server.
MiniSMS Server will enable you to set up a Server on your Phone that you can control through a web browser, giving you the ability to send SMS through your phone sitting behind any computer.

Quote from the original Post:

What is it?
A mini custom webserver which allows you to access all your contacts over internet. and story doesn’t stop here, you can send sms to selected contact from the rendered webpage. The SMS will be sent through your mobile

Use:
You can access your contacts over the Internet, send messages to them remotely from your mobile.
In case you forget your mobile at home and app is not running Don’t worry just send “Start Server” and it will respond to your command So then just access the website and all your contacts are in front of you and the Power to SMS them.
Worried about your battery. Kill the battery sucker from the webpage

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