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  Topic: How to Configure SMTP Settings
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PostForum: General Questions and Announcements   Posted: Mon Jul 20, 2020 12:19 pm   Subject: How to Configure SMTP Settings
Are you using NotePager Pro or PageGate?
  Topic: hello i need Android Communication: Use of COM Port
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PostForum: NotePager Pro Support   Posted: Wed Jul 01, 2020 10:30 am   Subject: hello i need Android Communication: Use of COM Port
Are you looking to use an android cell phone as a cellular modem or are you wanting to use a cellular modem to send SMS to Android phones?
  Topic: Export Ver7 and import to Ver8
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PostForum: PageGate Support   Posted: Thu Jun 04, 2020 10:53 am   Subject: Export Ver7 and import to Ver8
If you would, email a copy of the version 7 database to support at notepage dot com

We'll take your v7 database and convert it to the v8 format, then email back a file that you should be able to import in to your v8 server.
  Topic: Receiving information by GET, POST, WCTP and similar
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PostForum: PageGate Support   Posted: Mon Jun 01, 2020 3:14 pm   Subject: Receiving information by GET, POST, WCTP and similar
PageGate has an HTTP data receiver (webdata.exe) that can receive input from nearly any API or protocol that offers an HTTP return like HTTP GET, HTTP POST and WCTP.

This allows you to receive JSON, XML, HTML, WCTP and similar data submissions via HTTP/S request. Received data doesn't need to conform to a single standard as it is fully processed with the GetASCII interface and, optionally depending on what you want to do with the received data, Filter Pack. If you want to receive multiple data formats, the Filter Pack isn't optional and you will need to implement a filtering system to tell PageGate what to do with each format received.

APIs and protocols that have the ability to send replies require that you provide a URL for the responses to go to. This means that, typically speaking, you will need to host PageGate's webdata.exe on an outward facing web server. Otherwise, the hosts won't be able to route the replies and responses to you.

webdata.exe is located in the PageGate program directory and MUST be copied to the webserver. If PageGate is not running on the web server hosting webdata.exe, you'll also need to share the directory on the webserver where webdata.exe is hosted to allow the GetASCII interface to monitor replies sent to the receiver.

Before you begin, you'll need to determine what you want to do with the replies.

Do you want to auto-respond to the person who sent the message to let them know that they shouldn't reply?

Do you want to scan the reply for keywords and keyphrases to determine what to do?

What you want to do will determine which parts of the received data need to be keyed on. Since each API has its own potentially unique structure, you'll need to know which flags, tags and fields are relevant.

Reply messages can also be fed through PageGate's Filter Pack to allow for conditional sending. For instance, with the PageGate's filter pack, you can tell PageGate to conditionally change who receives the message based on ...
  Topic: Receiving information by GET, POST, WCTP and similar
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PostForum: Integration Related Questions   Posted: Mon Jun 01, 2020 3:13 pm   Subject: Receiving information by GET, POST, WCTP and similar
PageGate has an HTTP data receiver (webdata.exe) that can receive input from nearly any API or protocol that offers an HTTP return like HTTP GET, HTTP POST and WCTP.

This allows you to receive JSON, XML, HTML, WCTP and similar data submissions via HTTP/S request. Received data doesn't need to conform to a single standard as it is fully processed with the GetASCII interface and, optionally depending on what you want to do with the received data, Filter Pack. If you want to receive multiple data formats, the Filter Pack isn't optional and you will need to implement a filtering system to tell PageGate what to do with each format received.

APIs and protocols that have the ability to send replies require that you provide a URL for the responses to go to. This means that, typically speaking, you will need to host PageGate's webdata.exe on an outward facing web server. Otherwise, the hosts won't be able to route the replies and responses to you.

webdata.exe is located in the PageGate program directory and MUST be copied to the webserver. If PageGate is not running on the web server hosting webdata.exe, you'll also need to share the directory on the webserver where webdata.exe is hosted to allow the GetASCII interface to monitor replies sent to the receiver.

Before you begin, you'll need to determine what you want to do with the replies.

Do you want to auto-respond to the person who sent the message to let them know that they shouldn't reply?

Do you want to scan the reply for keywords and keyphrases to determine what to do?

What you want to do will determine which parts of the received data need to be keyed on. Since each API has its own potentially unique structure, you'll need to know which flags, tags and fields are relevant.

Reply messages can also be fed through PageGate's Filter Pack to allow for conditional sending. For instance, with the PageGate's filter pack, you can tell PageGate to conditionally change who receives the message based on ...
  Topic: Responding to a txt from PageGate?
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PostForum: PageGate Support   Posted: Mon Jun 01, 2020 3:11 pm   Subject: Responding to a txt from PageGate?
You can find video tutorials on cellular hardware based two-way messaging in the 'Two Way Messaging' section of the video tutorials and current documentation.

Receiving API calls to webdata.exe is fully documented in our upcoming Pagegate version 9 documentation. However, since version 8.4 has the webdata handler, this is also relevant for versions 8.4.1, 8.4.2 and 8.4.3:

PageGate has an HTTP data receiver (webdata.exe) that can receive input from nearly any API or protocol that offers an HTTP return like HTTP GET, HTTP POST and WCTP.

This allows you to receive JSON, XML, HTML, WCTP and similar data submissions via HTTP/S request. Received data doesn't need to conform to a single standard as it is fully processed with the GetASCII interface and, optionally depending on what you want to do with the received data, Filter Pack. If you want to receive multiple data formats, the Filter Pack isn't optional and you will need to implement a filtering system to tell PageGate what to do with each format received.

APIs and protocols that have the ability to send replies require that you provide a URL for the responses to go to. This means that, typically speaking, you will need to host PageGate's webdata.exe on an outward facing web server. Otherwise, the hosts won't be able to route the replies and responses to you.

webdata.exe is located in the PageGate program directory and MUST be copied to the webserver. If PageGate is not running on the web server hosting webdata.exe, you'll also need to share the directory on the webserver where webdata.exe is hosted to allow the GetASCII interface to monitor replies sent to the receiver.

Before you begin, you'll need to determine what you want to do with the replies.

Do you want to auto-respond to the person who sent the message to let them know that they shouldn't reply?

Do you want to scan the reply for keywords and keyphrases to determine what to do?

What you want to do will determine which parts of the ...
  Topic: Responding to a txt from PageGate?
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PostForum: PageGate Support   Posted: Sun May 31, 2020 9:09 pm   Subject: Responding to a txt from PageGate?
It is entirely possible to receive responses to the messages you send in some configurations. How you deliver your traffic will play a large part in determining whether or not you can receive replies.

Note: At minimum, these methods require the GetASCII interface to process the received data but you may also need or want the filter pack for more specific control of the responses and replies.

Currently, PageGate accepts reply messages in the following ways:

HTTP response by API or Protocol
PageGate has an HTTP data receiver (webdata.exe) that can receive input from nearly any API or protocol that offers an HTTP return like HTTP GET, HTTP POST and WCTP.

APIs and protocols that have the ability to send replies require that you provide a URL for the responses to go to. This means that, typically speaking, you will need to host PageGate's webdata.exe on an outward facing web server. Otherwise, the hosts won't be able to route the replies and responses to you.

In your case, if ZipWhip's API has the ability to pass return data via GET or POST method, you could absolutely have replies passed back in to the system.

Cellular Hardware
When using cellular hardware to deliver text messages, the people who receive those SMS have the option to reply to them. When they reply, their message is delivered back to the sending cellular device, where it waits in memory. PageGate can be configured to check the cellular hardware for reply messages received by these devices and process them in a number of ways.

In the most basic configuration, all reply messages are sent to a specific recipient or group. However, reply messages can be fed through the GetASCII API for basic processing, which allows you to conditionally modify what is done with the replies in some circumstances.

Using a Filter Pack in conjunction with the SMS replies and the GetASCII API allows you to modify any part of the replies being processed, from what the message should say to whom the messa ...
  Topic: Sending Packet error
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PostForum: PageGate Support   Posted: Wed May 20, 2020 7:49 am   Subject: Sending Packet error
If you would, please email the c:\PageGateData\Logs\pgdial1.log file to support at notepage dot com so we can take a look at what might be happening.
  Topic: Paging Comments
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PostForum: PageGate Support   Posted: Fri Apr 03, 2020 11:01 am   Subject: Paging Comments
Ah, that's controlled by which host you deliver your messages through.

txt.att.net doesn't retain sender information.

mms.att.net does.

So, you'll want to update your AT&T carrier's "carrier domain" field to say mms.att.net

If you have the address specified in the recipient settings, you'll need to update it there as well.
  Topic: Paging Comments
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PostForum: PageGate Support   Posted: Fri Apr 03, 2020 10:11 am   Subject: Paging Comments
Excellent, I just wanted to double check to make sure the address was showing up properly on the device.

Unfortunately, PageGate doesn't have any control over the ability of the phone to reply to messages, all it can really do is provide the correct address for the reply to go to.
  Topic: Paging Comments
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PostForum: PageGate Support   Posted: Fri Apr 03, 2020 9:41 am   Subject: Paging Comments
Just to double check, is the value actually "mydomain.com" or does it display your email domain?
  Topic: Note Pager Requiring Admin rights to open
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PostForum: NotePager Pro Support   Posted: Wed Apr 01, 2020 10:56 am   Subject: Note Pager Requiring Admin rights to open
Try running through the steps to have everything reference a common database, that should also resolve this issue. If it doesn't, however, absolutely let us know and we'll see what we can do to help.
  Topic: Updating recipients seems to windows profile specific
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PostForum: NotePager Pro Support   Posted: Wed Apr 01, 2020 10:54 am   Subject: Updating recipients seems to windows profile specific
Since it sounds like you want all users to share a common database, try this:
1) Run NotePager Pro under a profile that has the setup that all users should use.

2) Go to Help - Folders.

3) Make a note of the Global Database directory.

4) Close NotePager Pro.

5) In Windows, browse in to the Global Database directory.

6) Make a copy of the file npp.mdb and paste it on to your desktop for easy reference later.

7) Copy the files you downloaded in step 1 in to the NotePager Pro program directory.

7a) When prompted, you do want to overwrite the existing files.

8) On your desktop, right click on the shortcut for NotePager Pro and select Properties.

9) In the "Target" field, add /localdb to the end of the path.
For example:
c:\Program Files (x86)\NotePage\NotePager Pro\npp.exe /localdb

10) Click on OK.

11) Run NotePager Pro.

11a) If you're prompted by a Windows File Security warning, uncheck the "Ask me every time" option and select Run.

12) Once NotePager Pro runs, it will inform you that the database directory has changed and that the program must be restarted. Click on OK.

13) Close NotePager Pro.

14) Copy the npp.mdb you made in step 6 in to the GlobalDB sub-directory of the NotePager Pro program directory. For example, if you have NotePager Pro installed to the default location, you would copy the file in to c:\Program Files (x86)\NotePage\NotePager Pro\GlobalDB\

14a) When it asks if you want to overwrite the file, say yes.

The last thing you'll want to do is make sure that you set the /localdb flag on every shortcut to NotePager Pro under every user profile that logs on to that system. If you don't set this property value, the program may not reference the appropriate settings to let the automatic integration function properly.
  Topic: PGadmin 8.4
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PostForum: PageGate Support   Posted: Fri Mar 20, 2020 2:31 pm   Subject: PGadmin 8.4
Though, double checking, what directory is actually shared on the server?
  Topic: PGadmin 8.4
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PostForum: PageGate Support   Posted: Fri Mar 20, 2020 2:29 pm   Subject: PGadmin 8.4
I think the issue is the log path. Currently you're using:
\\psdc2\pgdata\presets.txt

but I think it should be:
\\psdc2\pgdata\logs\

\\psdc2\pgdata\presets.txt is the path the PageGate Client references for its preset files.
 
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