Thank you for the prompt response.
I have exported out the SendLog.csv which contains a lot of error; will email them to you to have a look.
The validity period is a value that is set for each message individually. It is the maximum time period that the SMS central should store the message when it cannot be delivered to the mobile phone. Diafaan SMS Server sets a default validity period of 4 days when the message is sent with a GSM modem. It does not set a default validity period when the message is sent with the SMPP Gateway because usually the SMPP service provider already uses a specific default validity period.
The validity period is only a suggested setting for the SMS central of your GSM operator. It can use another (shorter) validity period or it can decide that a specific GSM phone is not available at all and return the error before the validity period has expired.
Occasionally i am seeing sent error with:
Status Code 301
Error Code 70 (Message Validity Period Expired)
Question i have is;
1. if the default validity is 4 days; first sent attempt was on Monday hence by Thursday it will expired if unsuccessfully delivered but what if a 2nd or 3rd sms was sent on Tuesday and/or Wednesday? All sent has a new validity?
2. There was a sent today which immediate returned status 301 with error 70 just within minutes of sending instead of waiting 4 days.
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