I'm facing two issues here in a very simple script to send an SMS to
a list of numbers saved in a text file, separated by commas. The
phone is a 6630. It's basically a for-loop that send sms to all
recipients. Should have worked very simply..
The issues are:
1. If the 'delivery report' is ON, the phone waits for a report from
any recipient before moving on to the next number.
2. If there is a pop-up note from the service provider (like in India,
we get this after a message is sent -> "the cost of your last message was Rs. 2") then the script stalls. Why is that?
Is there any workaround in Python to work around these two cases
and let the script run until all numbers are exhausted? If not, please suggest any alternative strategy...I'll be very grateful.
1/f ))) --.