QuickPage is a client/server software package that enables you to send messages to an alphanumeric pager. The client accepts a message from the user and forwards it to a server using SNPP. The server uses a modem to transmit the message to the recipient's paging service using the TAP protocol (also known as the IXO protocol).
QuickPage was originally developed for
Solaris 2.xbut it also works fine with most other UNIX versions, including AIX, HP-UX, FreeBSD, and Linux.
QuickPage v3.3 is now available! It's been over a year since the first v3.3 beta release. Thanks to hundreds of helpful comments and suggestions from QuickPage users worldwide, I am happy to announce that I've finally finished the official release and will begin work on the next release soon.
Click here for a list of new features or click here to download QuickPage v3.3 for free!
Click here for more information about QuickPage.
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