FrontlineSMS is award-winning free, open source software that turns a laptop and a mobile phone into a central communications hub. It helps organizations all over the world overcome communications barriers. It enables users to send, receive and manage SMS over a mobile network. Users only pay the standard text messaging charges through their regular mobile provider.
FrontlineSMS Version 2 released in 2012 is a new version of the software designed to be more intuitive, simpler to extend and run over networks, and to make it easier to manage larger volumes of messages.
Browser-based and built to run on Windows, Mac and Linux, FrontlineSMS still does not need the Internet to work, sending text messages via a phone, modem or online SMS aggregator.
FrontlineSMS Version 2 makes it easy to create and manage common SMS activities like making announcements, conducting polls and automatically replying to incoming SMS. Polls activity visualizes incoming data, allowing you to quickly understand the results. You can manage messages more easily with a flexible filing system, featuring folders and an archive capability; as well as an inbox, outbox, and the ability to monitor pending messages. Important messages can be starred for later, and a more robust search allows you to locate messages based on name, location, or date as well as by activity, group and folder. You can export your messages limited by date range, or from any search result, collection of messages or group of contacts.
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Necessary equipment: laptop, modem and a SIM card.
Familiarize with software.
Software updates are posted and downloaded online