08-06-2008 02:55 AM - edited 08-06-2008 02:59 AM
hello, I'd like to add some informations about SMS.
SMS is a messaging system :
That's a fine technology, isn't it ?
You may use MS Outlook Express. It provided something similar if you want to send a big attachment file. Example : you want to send a 4MB file by email as attachment, but your mail provider allows you a 3MB filesize max per email. So Outlook express automaticall splits the file into file1 and file2, and sends two emails. Your recipient, also using MS Outlook Express, recognizes the bond between file1 and file2, an glues them to recreate the original file.
Problem is : file1 and file2 are just garbage, nobody can use them. Meaning that your recipient can get open file only if he/she has MS Outlook Express. Other wise the small files will be of no use for him/her.
For the SMS, it's a bit the same : if recipient B does not have an SMS client able to glue back such SMS messages, he/she will see the two regular SMS. It's no big deal though.