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BBLISA: Trying to push text to pager via URL

We use qpage at work, but at home I only have one phone line, and want to
rely on my cable-modem connection for communication with the pager

But thanks.


On Mon, 28 May 2001, Andrew Y Kobayashi wrote:

> when i had to set something like this up i didn't want the dependency on
> our Internet link (that was one of the things that i was monitoring.) I
> got a package called "qpage" which, among its documentation, had a
> splendid list of major paging services and the phone number that you call
> to send a message. You'll need a modem and an analog line (and the qpage
> package), but it worked fine for me.
> Don't know if Arch is on the list, but you can check.
> 		--ayk
> On Mon, 28 May 2001, Scott Ehrlich wrote:
> > Hello again:
> >
> > I have an Arch Wireless work pager (alpha-numeric) and Arch's web site
> > provides a URL to send a page through.  How can I send text to the URL via
> > a shell script?   I currently try to send a message to <my
> > pager> but pushing through the URL would be faster and
> > more reliable.
> >
> > I often use wget to retrieve/pull info.   What can I use to push info?
> >
> > Thanks.
> >
> > Scott
> >
> >
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