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Article Metadata
Tested with
Devices(s): Nokia N95, Nokia E90
Compatibility
Platform(s): S60 2nd Edition, S60 3rd Edition, S60 5th Edition
Symbian
S60 5th Edition
Platform Security
Capabilities: )
Article
Keywords: sms, mms, mail
Created: bogdan.galiceanu (05 May 2009)
Last edited: hamishwillee (09 May 2013)

Contents

Overview

This article shows how to handle SMS, MMS and e-mail operations in m.

Preconditions

Note: The mail module is not available for S60 2nd Edition.

Note: The send function from the sms module requires the CostComm permission; the send function from the mms requires the CostComm and the Read permissions; the send function from the mail module requires the CostComm and the ReadApp permissions.

SMS

Sending an SMS

use sms
 
 
sms.send("1234567890", "This is the message")

Waiting for an SMS and displaying it

use sms, time
 
 
//Wait for a new SMS to arrive and when it does, store its ID
id = sms.receive()
//Collect information about it
msg = sms.get(id)
 
//Display the SMS content, sender and time of arrival
content = msg["text"]
sender = msg["sender"]
time = time.str(msg["time"])
 
print content + "\n"
print "From: " + sender + "\n"
print "Received at: " + time

Deleting all the read messages and setting the unread ones as read

use sms
 
 
for id in sms.inbox() do
if sms.get(id)["unread"] = false then sms.delete(id)
else sms.set(id, ["unread":false])
end
end

MMS

Sending an MMS

use mms
 
 
mms.send("1234567890", "Subject", ["C:\\attachment1.jpg", "C:\\attachment2.mp3"])

Waiting for an MMS and saving its attached files

use mms, io
 
 
//Wait for a new MMS to arrive and when it does, store its id
id = mms.receive()
//Retrieve the message
msg = mms.get(id)
 
//Save its attachments
for i = 0 to len(msg["files"]) - 1 do
file_name = msg["files"][i];
file_name = substr(file_name, rindex(file_name, "\\") + 1);
//Create a stream object from the file
j = mms.open(id, i);
//Create an empty file to write to using its stream object
o = io.create("C:\\" + file_name);
//Read 256 characters from the attached file's stream
b = io.read(j, 256);
while b # null do
//Write the data to the file we created
io.write(o, b);
//Read the next 256 characters from the attached file
b = io.read(j, 256);
end;
//Close the streams
io.close(j);
io.close(o);
end

E-mail

Sending an email

use mail
 
 
mail.send(["to":"address1@domain1.com", "cc":"address2@domain2.com"], "Subject", "This is the e-mail", ["C:\\attachment.3gp"])

Postconditions

The operations described above are performed.

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