Version 4 - what's new?
Request from Web page
Password requests can now also be made through a public
web page. A sample .asp script and documentation how to set this up is included
in this release. The code shows how to set up a web page to serve requests for
passwords. More info is available in the DynaPass/Weblogon directory.
The client connects to the DynaPass Weblogon page where he
is requested to enter account name and his DynaPass Prefix. If the requested
input is correct, the client will receive a new password in his cellular phone
within a few seconds.
This option is particularly useful for clients with phones
that can only receive messages or resides on networks that do not support
identification of the clients phone.
Display or Replace message
DynaPass now automatically sends SMS using Immediate
Display and Replace Message depending on password lifetime. This means that
passwords with a lifetime of more than 15 minutes will replace the old password
in the phone memory. Passwords with shorter lifetime will display immediately
and never be stored in phone memory.
This simplifies for the client and the need to clean up
and delete old messages stored in the receiving phones inbox disappears. Only
the last valid message from DynaPass is viewable in the phone.
Send Password as SMS
Passwords can now also be sent as e-mail through the
network operator e-mail message service. This option is used for client accounts
on networks that do not support native SMS service. (Non GSM networks, pagers
This option is configurable on a per user basis.
DynaPass now includes a general purpouse SMS gateway.
This functionality is available to any user in your network through a small web based
application. Apart from composing and sending a message immediately you can also que
messages to be sent at a specific time and date.
Customer specific applications can access this service through an easy to use interface.
Sample code and documentation is included in the DynaPass installation directory.