This is great, I have been using the email interface for Sprint up until now. Sometimes email gets caught up in the queue and is not delivered immediately, I'm interested to see if this would be faster. Plus, with some hacking, we could track message delivery as well, which you can't do with the email.
My version sends the email as soon as the page is hit/cgi is executed. I use the browser on the cellphone to hit the page, but I don't want to waste time trying to key in a message.
I suggest adding a sleep call in there so that it's not completely obvious that you paged yourself :-)
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