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> > My first question:
> > Does HylaFax support SMS to mobile phones ?
> Hylafax supports IXO/TAP. This is used by Cellnet (and other UK
> mobile phone operators) for SMS submission. It definitely works
> for Cellnet.
> > I seems that the ucp protocol is suported .....
> Not in Hylafax 4.0pl2. Where is it documented? Is that documentation
> available without NDA?
> > Can someone give me advice how to configure HylaFax to send SMS to mobile phones
> > ?
> Typically the pager number is the international form of the mobile number
> without the leading +.