There is no guarantee but unless your provider gets complaints about unsolicited SMS messages I doubt sending 50-60 messages a day will trigger any automatic messages blocking.
Email providers often have a limitation about the number of messages sent within a certain time frame because sending email is free, a virus may send massive amounts of email and there is no secure way to identify the sender. Some GSM providers have limitations in place but it is far less prevalent than with email providers.
So should be ok then? I'm actually trailing the email to SMS, which works fantastic just don't want to get banned for sending about 50-60 messages per day, I do not have control to send them
Diafaan SMS Server will always send the SMS messages as soon as possible. Sending SMS messages with a GSM modem takes about 3-6 seconds depending on the signal quality so a delay of 1-2 seconds would probably not prevent an automatic provider block.
Is it possible to programme a 1-2 second delay between sending of messaging? I dont want to be in a situation where my provider bans me for triggering their spam filters.
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