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Free ENTERPRISE WEB based Alphanumeric/Digital Paging software

Jan 29, 1999, 08:32 (0 Talkback[s])

Thanks to Jerry Geis for this link.

MessageNet Systems announces a free beta of its popular commercial WEB based Alphanumeric/Digital paging engine called Silent Messenger.

Silent Messenger runs as a CGI under the Apache WEB server that comes
with Linux Slackware and RedHat distributions.

Features include:
* Communicates to any number of paging providers by TAP, SNPP protocols
* Works under Netscape 4.0+ and Explorer 4.01+
* Documentation of all pages sent and received
* Eliminates need for users to know PIN numbers, simply click the users name
* group paging
* paging authorization lists
* pager forwarding
* scheduled paging
* Automatic return paging
* reply to pages capability
* API's for interface with other systems
* Enterprise Alphanumeric Paging
* Eliminates need and cost for each user to have a modem
  and analog phone line to do alphanumeric paging
* Visual Intercom via electronic message signs (LED's)

In use by clients such as Toyota, Virginia Tech,
Purdue University, Union Pacific Resourses and others.

Please look at
There you will find information on Silent Messenger and
the link for downloading.

Jerry Geis
MessageNet Systems