SMS for the office / SMS for software developers

Technical sheet

SMSList is a visual SMS program for sending and receiving single and multiple SMS from PC with a GSM modem/phone.

If you're a software developer, please see our SMSLibX ActiveX DLL component also.


Commercial versions

License policy

  • You must buy one software license for each GSM device you have to interact with. Each license is bound to the IMEI code of the GSM device in use.
  • See further details about software license policy here.


  • SMS software screenshot Text SMS sending and receival
  • Tracking SMS delivery (delivery receipt)
  • Concatenated SMS (longer than 160 characters)
  • Flash SMS (immediately displayed on phone)
  • SIM phonebook import function
  • Alert on incoming calls (and subsequent reject)
  • Call forwarding to a different phone number
    (this feature can also be enabled by sending an SMS to SMSList)
  • SMS sending from text files (CSV)
  • SMS receival on text files (CSV)
  • SMS sending from command line (batch SMS / bulk SMS)
  • Periodic sendings can be planned through the Windows scheduler
  • User interface and user manual in English and Italian languages.


  • Operating system:
    Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP, Vista, 7; Server NT 4.0, 2000, 2003, 2008.
  • Any SIM card for GSM mobile phones.
  • Any GSM operator.
  • Requires a GSM device compliant with GSM ETSI GSM 07.05/07 specification (3GPP 27.005/27.007).
  • Successfully tested with the following GSM modem/phones:

    Siemens MC35i Digicom Wave GPRS M Audiotel Industrial, Modex, Celline,
    Digicom Wave GPRS / GPRS M,
    Falcom A2D,
    Huawei E220,
    Lightspeed 180M,
    Nokia 6210, 7110,
    Siemens MC55i, MC35i, TC35i, MC75,
    Wavecom WMOD2B
    and others.

    For a complete list, please see the device compatibility list.
    Pls. consider the list contents as merely indicative.

    Please verify full compatibilty between SMS software and your device before buying the product (using our free software demo).

Integration with other information systems

  • SMSList can import/export SMS messages from/to external information systems and databases (e.g. Oracle, MS SQL, MySQL, MS Access) through text files in CSV format.
  • CSV format is also supported by Linux and Unix systems.
  • SMS files can also be manually edited using Excel or a text editor.

Documentation and resources


SMSList can send/receive up to 20 sms/minute.

This means thousands messages per day (approx. 5,000 to 25,000).

Actual performances can vary according to several factors as: hardware device in use, environment factors (GSM network) and usage mode.

Most important factors are:

  • quality of GSM signal coverage on your modem location
  • efficiency of SMS Service Centers (SMSC) provided by your GSM operator
  • sending time: SMS traffic on peak hours may be slower
  • traffic direction: uni-directional traffic (just sending or receiving SMS) is faster than bi-directional traffic (sending+receiving SMS at a time).




  • SMS for your business

    - Working teams
    Contact your customers and mobile co-workers by SMS.
    - Mobile marketing
    Contact your audience with friendly SMS communication.

  • SMS for public services

    - Services and associations
    Contact service subscribers and associates by SMS.
    - Commercial consultants
    Remind fiscal deadlines to your customers with an SMS.
    - Medical offices
    Send appointment reminders to your patients by SMS.
    - Schools
    Keep in contact with parents and students by SMS.

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