An SMS Based Push Email Server


  • Ayokunle Ayobami Omotunde Babcock University
  • Aaron Afan Izang Babcock University
  • Shade Kuyoro Babcock University
  • Samuel B Abel Babcock University
  • Yaw Mensah Babcock University



Communication, Email, SMS, Server, GSM


The communication industry is ever evolving with new media of communicating between people and these various media have made it impossible to determine the best means of communication. This work in its entirety aims at reducing the stress and vigour that sometimes accompany some of the different means of communication.

The email has proven to be one of the most used means of online communication. However, a major drawback of email communication is that for a mailbox to be accessed, it requires an active and working internet connection which is often times expensive and cannot be afforded continuously by an average individual.

This work was created to eliminate such factor when it comes to using the email as a means of communication by assisting the e-mail account owner to forward his newly received mail by SMS to the user’s mobile phone with or without internet access on the mobile device.

Author Biographies

Ayokunle Ayobami Omotunde, Babcock University

Computer Science Department, Assistant Lecturer

Aaron Afan Izang, Babcock University

Assistant Lecturer, Computer Science Department

Shade Kuyoro, Babcock University

Lecturer I,Department of Computer Science.

Samuel B Abel, Babcock University

Assistant Lecturer, Department of Computer Science

Yaw Mensah, Babcock University

Laboratory Technology, Department of Computer Science


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How to Cite

Omotunde, A. A., Izang, A. A., Kuyoro, S., Abel, S. B., & Mensah, Y. (2015). An SMS Based Push Email Server. Discoveries in Agriculture and Food Sciences, 3(5), 54.