If you run your own web page, or intranet, you can provide our "Quick SMS" feature through an iFrame element.

 

iFrame HTML:

<iframe src ="https://www.mynetfone.com.au/portal/sms/HomeSmsAuthenticate.action"
width="100%"
height="290"
frameborder="0">

Alternatively, you can create the same frame, but store your MyNetFone username and password in the link to save having to enter it every time you want to send a message. In this case use the example below:

<iframe src ="https://www.mynetfone.com.au/portal/sms/HomeSmsAuthenticate.action?username=[username]&password=[password]"
width="100%"
height="290"
frameborder="0">

Where [username] and [password] are optional parameters that allow you to store your MyNetFone username and password in the body of the HTML page. This saves you having to remember the password, or distribute to other users.

Note: MyNetFone is not responsible for the security of your username and password if you store it in a public place. These examples are indications of what is possible, but not recommendations to do so.

 

How to use the iFrame HTML on your desktop:

If you want to create your own SMS toll on your PC desktop, follow these steps:

  1. Cut the sample code from above and paste into notepad.
  2. Edit the file, and replace [username] and [password] with your MyNetFone username and password.
  3. Save the file to your desktop, and change the name by MyText.html and you are all done!

Now whenever you want to send a quick MyText SMS, simply double click on the icon on your desktop, and send your message! No need to put in a username and password, and it's secure and private on your computer.

All communications between your browser and the MyNetFone server are encrypted using HTTPS, so there is no worries of people seeing what you are sending.