NoSMS is a lightweight django application providing SMS functionnality. It interacts natively with Kannel (SMPP) or Gammu (Modem).
NoSMS is based on a regular Django model storing messages. A message has a text, identity, direction and status.
Messages status are: created, processed, error. Every 'created' message will be added to the send/process list.
Processed messages are never accessed and could be removed safely. Error messages are message which triggered an exception or problem during processing. Those are considered processed and won't be accessed again.
When NoSMS knows the problem is temporary, it leaves messages as created for later processing.
NoSMS respond to Kannel interface only: * receives incoming SMS as GET request from Kannel * sends outgoing SMS as GET request to Kannel
[NEW] NoSMS can also be used with Gammu-SMSd.
This is implemented with: * URL rule to receive messages in your Django configuration. * Django management command to loop on outgoing SMS submission.
# create new message from scratch x = Message(identity="21345678", text="Hello World") x.send() # create sms using helper from nosms.utils import send_sms send_sms("9893812", "Hello World") # example handler def myhandler(message): if message.text.startwith('hello'): message.respond("Thanks %s" % message.identity) message.status = Message.STATUS_PROCESSED message.save() return True return False
- Add NOSMS specific config variables to your settings.py file:
NOSMS_TRANSPORT = 'smsd' or 'kannel' # your SMS handler # A function which take a nosms.models.Message object as parameter NOSMS_HANDLER = 'myapp.myhandler' # Kannel configuration # username and password are optionnal if you are using Gammu NOSMS_TRANSPORT_HOST = 'localhost' NOSMS_TRANSPORT_PORT = 13013 #NOSMS_TRANSPORT_USERNAME = None #NOSMS_TRANSPORT_PASSWORD = None
- Add nosms to your INSTALLED_APPS in settings.py
- Add the URL pattern to your urls.py file:
- Launch the outgoing message command
- Launch the incoming process
./manage.py nosms_smsd_incoming OR ./gammu_kannel.py (fake kannel)