You can specify one or several SMPP servers the SMPP module should connect to.
Name: This is an internal name of this SMPP server configuration. Any name can be used, but there should be no two SMPP server configurations with the same name. An empty name is allowed.
Mode The operation mode for this SMPP server configuration: send-only, receive-only, send-and-receive. The SMPP module logs into the SMPP server as "Transmitter", "Receiver", or "Transceiver". To disable the SMPP server configuration without removing it, select the Off mode.
SMSC Address: The SMPP server (SMSC) domain name or Network IP Address, with the port number to connect to, separated using the colon (:) symbol. If the port number is not specified, the port 2775 is used. If the connection to the SMPP server should be established securely (using the TLS protocol), add the tls: prefix before the server domain name.
System ID, Password: These fields contain the credentials to be used to "bind" (log into) the SMPP server. By default the SMPP module uses the CommuniGate string as SMPP "System Type". Some SMPP servers require some other string to be used as "System Type". You can specify that string in the System ID field, after the actual System ID, separating it with the @ symbol. For example, if the System ID is user1234, and the requires System Type is SMPP, then specify the user1234@SMPP value in the System ID field.
Sender: This field is used to compose the "sender" for the SMS messages sent. Usually it is a phone number assigned to the SMPP account you bind to. Use the +countryCodephoneNumber format to specify the "international" sender format. If this field contains the * symbol, the actual sender E-mail address is substituted. If this address is +number@telnum, only the number part is used. If this address is userName@null, only the userName part is used. If this field is empty, it is processed as if it has the * value. If the resulting address starts with the + symbol, it is removed and the address is sent to the SMPP server as an "international" one. Otherwise it is sent either as a "local" one (if it starts with a digit) or as an "alphanumeric" one.
Dialogs: When this option is selected, messages sent and received via this SMPP configuration will be processed to support SMS Dialogs.
Recipient: An empty string or an E-mail address of the default recipient. If specified, incoming messages are sent to the specified address if:
If this setting is not specified (left blank):