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, the 05.20.2010, MAW Support wrote at 08:31:00 :
>>>>>Sequential SMS Delay and then Fail with batch file.
You should never actually loose an incoming message.
An incoming message is stored in the inbox of the mobile until synchronized (read by the external application). Unless you specifically delete it, it also should stay there.
Sending is another story, as it may happen that a message is not sent because of timeout during a transmission, wrong parameters, etc.
I don't really know what you try to achieve.
But if you want to build a professional communication platform, to send/receive a large volume of SMS, then one GSM modem may not be enough. Ideally you would use one GSM modem for sending and one for receiving. Like this you will not have any conflict.
In this case we would also recommend to use our INS software (www.ivrsoftware.ch).
With INS you can configure the channels in parallel. Like this you could configure one GSM modem for your incoming SMS and 1..n GSM for sending.
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