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Freeware / script to send our SMS message via com1 serial port with a modem attached

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I have a modem attached to my Win 2003 server.

Can someone provide/write a script (VB, Windows batch, etc) or a freeware
 that I can download to automate sending of SMS via command line  (as I
need to insert the command to send SMS inside my  Windows batch script )
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There used to be a 'netpage' utility that appears to be in
our CA Unicentre server : is this utility free & where can
I download it.

My dialup modem is connected to com1: serial port of
the server & its other hand to a usual/regular phone line.

I don't want to subscribe to special external SMS gateway
services, just a script/freeware with my modem/phone
line is all I can afford.

Can I say that effectively I require my Win 2003 server to
act as an SMS gateway ?
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