Jul 20, 2023

SNPP client/server for sending messages to an alphanumeric pager

QuickPage sends messages to a paging terminal using the SNPP and IXO also known as TAP protocols. It is normally used with no options other than a recipient and the message text, in which case the message is sent to the SNPP server where it is submitted to a page queue to be sent by a separate daemon process.

Page groups and duty schedules are supported. Status notification messages indicating the success or failure of a page are sent via e-mail to submitters of high-priority level 0 pages.

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