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This is a hard one!! I would like to encoperate a mail server which can forward mails automatically to cell phones and faxes.  Therefore the mails must be converted to some sort of text stream(I think?) any guesses?  Even suggestions for where or how to start such as soft or internet sites?  Thanks - Ale
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There is a product, called LUCA (see http://www.langner.com). This enables you to communicate with FAX, GSM, SMS, SMTP, POP3, ......

It is a library-package for developers, you con get there s free testversion.
(Very simple to use - i tested it)

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good lead but any idea on how to go about codding it mayself and how to aqquire the protocalls/specifications necessary to make it work  
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hey if anyone is still listening, I checked out LUCA but there is no UNIX version.  Any idea of a perl module at cpan or something else

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