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BUT, the phone companies require me to give them an account and they want to receive DLRs for every message that a mobile belonging to them sends back.So they only give me MTs..my question is if I can somehow treat those MTs as if they were MOs so I can process them with an HTTP api or intercept them.wrote: It is not that easy to generate a DLR, you have to check if the submit_sm actually requested the DLR, then generate and send a msg Id in the submit_sm_resp, then create the deliver_sm with the proper deliver status and the msg Id generated previously.There is a lot of logic in that process and jasmin is not intended to do that (again, as far as I know). Reply to this email directly, view it on Git Hub @Andrea Altamirano @farirat I have the same issue I am receiving the incoming SMS like MT (instead of MO) and I need to route it with mtroute.What I need is to somehow route those as if they were MO only (because the endpoint is not a device, as we don't actually own any).

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Thats the only way they want to send messages my way (MT).

This would be covered by the MO messages you refer to in your architecture: But to interconnect with the actual providers they require an SMPP connection where they are the client, while also getting DLRs and everything.

This is obviously covered by the "SMPP Server" part of your architecture.

=( It is not that easy to generate a DLR, you have to check if the submit_sm actually requested the DLR, then generate and send a msg Id in the submit_sm_resp, then create the deliver_sm with the proper deliver status and the msg Id generated previously.

There is a lot of logic in that process and jasmin is not intended to do that (again, as far as I know).

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