Visualtron Software Announces a Free SMS2Email Service

Singapore, (PressExposure) April 12, 2008 -- Visualtron Software Corporation, a mobile messaging software developer, has launched a free to use SMS2Email gateway number that you can use to send SMS to your friends or associates email account.

Visualtron Software Corporation, a mobile messaging software developer, is proud to announce the release of its flagship SMS Gateway software, VisualGSM Enterprise version 4.5.2. VisualGSM Enterprise Server version 4.5.2 adds native SMPP 3.3/3.4 RX/TX support with enquire link, delivery receipt, Unicode, and WAP Push capability, along with support for the latest databases - MySQL 5.0, MSSQL 2005, and Oracle 10g.

If you are a business, you can request for a custom SMS keyword so that your customers and associates can reach you using a keyword, instead of an email address.

The free SMS2Email gateway service is powered by VisualGSM Enterprise SMS Gateway software from Visualtron Software.

More information on the free SMS2Email gateway service: [http://www.visualtron.com/sms2email.htm]

About Visualtron Software Corporation

VisualGSM Enterprise Server is an open-platform SQL database driven communication application suite that empowers corporate managers to self-deploy interactive SMS, or Short Message Service applications, rapidly throughout their organizations. It has an easy-to-use real-time configurator to connect enterprise applications to the GSM network via built-in APIs. It provides a built-in application testing environment to allow rapid application deployment. More information: [http://www.visualtron.com/sms-gateway.htm]


Visualtron Software Corporation builds and markets the software infrastructure for deploying and managing wireless Internet, GSM, SMS and 3G applications on mobile devices, including mobile phones, PDAs, notebooks, and next-generation smart phones running the Java KVM.

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Press Release Submitted On: February 25, 2008 at 3:25 am
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