Integrating apps with messengers thru API

Thad Bogert thad at
Mon Mar 27 01:51:55 UTC 2023

Not sure if it’s available with your phone carrier, but many carriers in the states have an email gateway for sending messages.  i.e. 2485551212 at <mailto:2485551212 at>

Perhaps you can create a trigger in your application to send an email?

> On Mar 26, 2023, at 7:58 PM, Stephen Miller <stephenmiller1958 at> wrote:
> Hi All
> Have just about decided that I am going back to a Nokia Flip phone - and by
> that I don't mean the expensive dual screen one but the updated old
> flip phone we all loved. It is about the same size as the original and has
> 15 to 21 days standby!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! On top of that you can just keep it
> in your pocket and forget about it. (I hate phones).  You can still use
> this phone as a USB internet emergency tether and it supports dual sim
> cards. It is about 120 pacific pesos,
> The problem - I would like to integrate it with my desktop Windows 10
> google environment so that I can use the calendar and alarms. In this case
> just a simple sms service would be sufficient.
> Got me thinking I am sure someone has done large scale integrations for
> corporates - courier companies etc - I would love to here how you did it.
> In my case initial research indicates a Samsung hidden API which
> doesn't help me  but Google does have the ability to add SMS to Alarms and
> Calendar entries so I will start with a simple integration first.
> Still love to hear what has been achieved.
> Kind Regards,
> Stephen Miller
> 0455461581
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