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G-Page Features

Support for the following protocols:
  • SNPP (simple network paging protocol)
  • SMTP (email)
  • WCTP (wireless communication transfer protocol)
  • One way, 1.5 and 2 way paging are supported for WCTP
  • Support for canned message replies for 2 way WCTP transmissions
  • Full 2 way message reply logging for the WCTP protocol
Built in redundancy paging
  • User defined protocol precedence : You can set the order in which g-page will attempt to send the pages
  • Protocol rollover: If a page fails via one protocol you can have g-page automatically attempt it using a different protocol
  • Support for sending a carbon copy of every page sent to a receiver to their email for a receiver's message log
  • Automatic rollover to a local snpp server (for dispatch via the TAP protocol) if a live Internet connection can't be found
  • Automatic executing of an Internet dial-up script if a live connection can't be found
Group paging
  • Store pre-defined groups in software
  • Create groups on the fly
Message log viewer
  • View log by receiver name
  • View pages by date sent
  • Auto delete logs after X number of days
  • Set user defined poll every X hours for auto log delete
Autosplit of longer pages
  • If a page is longer than the messaging service allows g-page will automatically spit the page up into smaller consecutive pages
Pre-defined messages
  • You can store and easily enter common messages into the message entry box
  • Easy access to pre-defined messages by right clicking in message entry box
Re-send previous messages
  • Messages can be resent from the log files by right clicking on the message
  • The last message sent can be re-entered by right clicking in the message entry box
Auto page signature
  • You can send a message signature automatically with every page, you can send the signature before or after the message
  • You can send a time stamp out on every page
Scheduled paging
  • Pages can be entered and marked to go out at any time in the future
  • Schedule recurring pages to be sent hourly, daily or weekly
  • You can automatically execute a user-defined script and pipe the output of that script into a file for g-page to send out as a page
  • Set recurring times for g-page to execute autopage, hourly, daily, or every X minutes.
  • Define files for g-page to send out that are created by other applications.
  • G-Page can be setup to look for new files every X seconds
  • Parse up to 4 different fields from a file to automatically send out as a page
  • Store multiple "autopage profiles" to easily modify your autopage settings
  • Run autopage as a daemon without an X server. This allows you to put it into your startup scripts if desired
Command Line Paging
  • You can send a page from the command line by starting the g-page client with the pager name and message as arguments
Support for multiple databases
  • You can easily change the database you are using by selecting a different location for g-page to read the data.
  • You can read from a local database or a network database
  • G-page and convert a network database to be your local database, or auto refresh it every X minutes
  • Backup and restore database functions
Asynchronous messaging
  • G-page supports asynchronous messaging, allowing up to 100 simultaneous Internet connections for high-volume high-speed paging
Right click mouse support
  • You can edit or delete a receiver or group by right-clicking on the name in the main receiver list
Integration with Quick Page - A very popular Unix paging program
  • You can setup g-page to over-ride your standard paging service settings to send pages to Quick Page for dispatch via the TAP protocol.
  • You can have g-page automatically send pages to Quick Page if an Internet connection can't be found
General Server Features
  • You can run g-page from a stand-alone workstation or across a network.
  • The gpage server supports manual paging, you can telnet into the server and enter a page from anywhere on the network
  • The gpage server can run as a daemon, you can put it in your startup scripts and forget about it
  • The gpage server doesn't require an X server
  • The g-page server will run fine on an old 486
  • You can run the server with scheduled paging disable for less overhead if needed
  • The g-page server supports full logging when run in debug mode, logging all transactions with remote messaging servers.
  • Define the port number for the server to listen on as a switch during startup, this allows for multiple servers running at the same time if desired
G-Page server security options
  • Define a list of IP addresses or domain names to either allow or deny access to the paging server
  • Run the server in auditing mode, logging the IP address along with every page sent out on the server