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PC Based Texting (Ireland)

Gman496

Super Moderator
Staff member
Welcome To Cabbage :loco:





This Program Has Nothing To Do With Cabbage :grin:

Cabbage is a program for sending free text messages (SMS).


How does it do this?

* Irish mobile networks (O2, Vodafone, Meteor & Three) allow their customers to send free webtext from their websites.
* Cabbage makes it easier to send texts by automating the process of accessing the network website.
* After saving your login details you simply type your text, choose who to send it to and then cabbage takes care of the rest!


Features include:

* Long texts (>160 characters)
* A phone book
* Group texts
* Multiple logins
* Stores message history (time, date, recipient and login used)
* Add a signature to the end of your texts
* Find out how many messages you have left with one button
* Compress a message if you have gone over 160 characters
* Schedule messages
* Send messages using web texts or VOIP Cheap (Voipcheap | Free voip calls are one step away!)


Configuration Screen:




User Interface Screen:





I use this program and it really does simplify the process (y)



Download:


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Gman496

Super Moderator
Staff member
Not for us in the States though eh? :(

Hence the Title 7th.

I'm sure there must be something similar for you guy's but I just don't know of any :sorry: :)

There is an add on for Outlook HERE but I know little about it

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7thsinger

VIP Member
I did notice the title, but was hoping it would give me something new to google, or watch for future use.

As far as that link, i've tried it and found it rather clunky and not real user friendly. Hence my interest in your post.

I'll be looking into it further for Stateside use. (y)
 

Gman496

Super Moderator
Staff member
I did notice the title, but was hoping it would give me something new to google, or watch for future use.

As far as that link, i've tried it and found it rather clunky and not real user friendly. Hence my interest in your post.

I'll be looking into it further for Stateside use. (y)



Good luck in your quest and do let us know if you find anything? (y)


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