User Manual SkyFile C - Ozsay Satellite Communications

User Manual SkyFile C - Ozsay Satellite Communications
User Manual
SkyFile C
E-mail
Content
1. Unregistered C-terminals......................................................................................................................................3
1.1 Sending an email: ................................................................................................................. 3
1.2 Sending an SMS:.................................................................................................................... 3
2. Registered C-Terminals: ........................................................................................................................................4
2.1 Sending an email or SMS from the C-terminal.................................................................... 4
2.2 Sending and email to the C-terminal .................................................................................. 4
2.2.1 Standard format: ........................................................................................................... 4
2.2.2 Text format:................................................................................................................... 4
2.2.3 Telex format: ................................................................................................................. 4
2.2.4 Attachment: ................................................................................................................... 4
2.2.5 Attachment without header:......................................................................................... 5
2.2.6 Special characters: ........................................................................................................ 5
2.3 Sending an SMS to the C-terminal ....................................................................................... 5
3. Registered terrestrial email address: ............................................................................................................5
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
Standard format:................................................................................................................... 5
Text format: .......................................................................................................................... 5
Telex format: ........................................................................................................................ 5
Attachment:........................................................................................................................... 6
Attachment without header: ................................................................................................ 6
Special characters: ................................................................................................................ 6
4. How to send an email from: ................................................................................................................................7
4.1 T&T Easymail C-terminal?..................................................................................................... 7
4.1.1 E-mail Service Provider.................................................................................................. 7
4.1.2 Set default LES ............................................................................................................... 8
4.1.3 Set default ISP................................................................................................................ 8
4.2 T&T CapSat C-Terminal?....................................................................................................... 9
4.2.1 Create a new Special Access Code............................................................................... 9
4.2.2 Sending an email......................................................................................................... 10
4.2.3 Select Vizada LES......................................................................................................... 10
4.3 Furuno C-terminal? ............................................................................................................. 11
4.3.1 LES and SAC configuration ......................................................................................... 11
4.3.2 E-mail addresses format ............................................................................................. 11
4.4 JRC C-Terminal? .................................................................................................................. 12
4.4.1 LES and SAC configuration ......................................................................................... 12
4.4.2 How to send a message? ............................................................................................ 12
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SkyFile C enables Inmarsat-C mobile users to send and receive emails as well as GSM-short
messages (SMS).
No extra hardware or software is needed on the vessel and either on the shore side.
There are three kinds of communication available:
1) Unregistered C-terminals: C-terminals can send emails and SMS to any terrestrial
email or GSM-mobile worldwide. Shore-to-ship emails will not be charged to the
unregistered C-terminal.
2) Registered C-terminals: C-terminals can send AND receive emails as well as SMS to
and from all terrestrial emails and GSM-mobiles worldwide. All ship-to-shore and
shore-to-ship traffic will be charged to the registered C-terminal. The registration
assigns an email-address like [email protected] to the C-terminal.
Unwanted messages can be avoided by choosing the so-called black&white list,
subject keyword or message-size limitation.
3) Registered terrestrial email-address: the registered terrestrial email address is
able to send emails to all C-terminals worldwide. The traffic will be charged to the
terrestrial email-address user.
The following description gives an overview of how to use these three kinds of
communication:
1. Unregistered C-terminals
1.1 Sending an email:
The following syntax must be used to send an email. The format must be respected. The
parameters must be inserted at the beginning of the text (Inmarsat-C text editor) without any
characters before.
TO+ [email protected],[email protected]
Several email-addresses should be inserted. They
must be separated by a comma “,”. Only the TO+
command is mandatory.
Following ones are optional.
CC+ [email protected]
BCC+ [email protected]
CONF+
SUBJ+
Carbon Copy
Blind Carbon Copy
Confirms that the email has been delivered to the
Internet
Subject line
Now you can start the text.
<Text>
The return-address of your email will be for instance [email protected], thus
your C-terminal can always be identified.
1.2 Sending an SMS:
SMS+ 0033688051602
CONF+
An SMS can only be sent to one GSM-telephone
number
(optional) confirms that the SMS has been delivered
to the GSM-network.
<Text of the message>
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A ship-to-shore SMS will amount to the normal charge for an email plus one Inmarsat Csegment.
These messages have to be sent to Vizada Land Earth Station, using the Special Access Code
“28” via the following Vizada LES-Ids
021: AORW
121: AORE
221: POR
321: IOR
2. Registered C-Terminals:
2.1 Sending an email or SMS from the C-terminal
Procedure follows instructions given in chapter 1.1 and 1.2 (see above). The return address
of emails will be the assigned email-address, e.g. [email protected]
2.2 Sending and email to the C-terminal
Shore-to-ship emails have to be addressed to the email-address assigned to your C-terminal
(e.g. [email protected])
6 different ways of addressing can be used alternatively according to your needs.
2.2.1 Standard format:
[email protected]
Your email will be delivered onboard with a standard format including header (from, date,
time, subject) + the text of your message.
2.2.2 Text format:
[email protected]
Your email will be delivered onboard without the header. Only the text of your email will be
transmitted. (Do not forget to sign your message or indicate inside where the message come
from)
2.2.3 Telex format:
[email protected]
Your email will be delivered onboard without the header and in 5bits-telex format.
Emails in telex format will save even more costs, as in 5-bit mode 51 characters instead of
32 will be transferred in one data-segment. Only capital letters, numbers and a limited
number of special characters will be transferred.
2.2.4 Attachment:
[email protected]
It is possible to send an attachment to a C-terminal. The “.dat” syntax is mandatory to send
an attached file. The C-terminal will receive 2 text-messages: the first text-message contains
the email header and text in 7bits mode, the second text-message contains the attachment
in .txt 8bits-mode.
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2.2.5 Attachment without header:
[email protected]
In that case the attachment will be transferred onboard the vessel without the leading
message. Only the attachment in 8bits-mode will be received.
2.2.6 Special characters:
[email protected]
This special format should be used to send special characters in 8bits-mode.
2.3 Sending an SMS to the C-terminal
Send your SMS with “username: text of the message” in the SMS-message text and send it to
the SkyFile SMS gateway number +491709127629. In case you want to reply to an SMS
received from the vessel, just push “reply”. Entering the username is not necessary as the
destination is stored in our SkyFile SMS-gateway.
3. Registered terrestrial email address:
Sending an email to the C-terminal
Emails to any C-terminal worldwide can be sent via the address: “[email protected]”
6 different ways of addressing can be used alternatively according to your needs.
3.1 Standard format:
[email protected] or [email protected]
Your email will be delivered onboard with a standard format including header (from, date,
time, subject) + the text of your message.
3.2 Text format:
[email protected]
Your email will be delivered onboard without the header. Only the text of your email will be
transmitted. (Do not forget to sign your message or indicate inside where the message come
from)
3.3 Telex format:
[email protected]
Your email will be delivered onboard without the header and in 5bits-telex format.
Emails in telex format will save even more costs, as in 5-bit mode 51 characters instead of
32 will be transferred in one data-segment. Only capital letters, numbers and a limited
number of special characters will be transferred.
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3.4 Attachment:
[email protected]
It is possible to send an attachment to a C-terminal. The “.dat” syntax is mandatory to send
an attached file. The C-terminal will receive 2 text-messages: the first text-message contains
the email header and text in 7bits mode, the second text-message contains the attachment
in .txt 8bits-mode.
3.5 Attachment without header:
[email protected]
In that case the attachment will be transferred onboard the vessel without the leading
message. Only the attachment in 8bits-mode will be received.
3.6 Special characters:
[email protected]
This special format should be used to send special characters in 8bits-mode.
4 email with attachment.
Here is an example of how an email with attachment is received on the C-terminal:
Heading message :
Vizada
Bytes: 236
From: "Vizada Customer Support" <[email protected]>
Subject: test
Date: Fri, 30 Jun 2006 14:20:09 +0200
This is a test message
Vizada Team
Attachments
05042703.grb.gz (195 Bytes)
Attachment :
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The attachment can not be read directly from the C-terminal itself. It should be necessary to
rename the file and add the correct extension.
Depending of the software used onboard, you need to retrieve the message in the folder
where it has been stored. If you are using a Thrane&Thrane C-terminal the reception folder is
situated under C:\program files\Easymail\inbox.
Select the 8bits-format message and rename it with the extension mentioned in the headingmessage. In our example, the attachment should be renamed “meteo.bz2”.
Double-click on the renamed-message. The appropriate tool is automatically opened and the
attachment immediately readable.
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4. How to send an email from:
4.1 T&T Easymail C-terminal?
Before sending an email over Vizada LES, it is necessary to configure Easymail software.
Please double-check the 3 following menus:
•
•
•
E-mail Service Providers
Default LES
Default ISP
4.1.1 E-mail Service Provider
Select: « Option »
Select: « configuration
»
Select:
« E-mail Service
Provider »
Note: If you use EasyMail V1.11 or anterior the following modifications must be applied
Verify parameters =
Add « BCC+ »
Click on « France Telecom»
Change
the
standard
address (67) by 28
If you use Easymail V1.12 and following, please select “FT SkyFile-C”. All parameters have
been updated.
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4.1.2 Set default LES
Select: « Options »
Select : « Set Defaut LES »
Select Aussaguel on each Ocean Region
4.1.3 Set default ISP
Click on « Options »
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Verify that France Telecom is selected as
« Default ISP »
Or FT SkyFIle C if you use EasyMail V1.12 and
following
4.2 T&T CapSat C-Terminal?
4.2.1 Create a new Special Access Code
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
Please press F3 on your keyboard to open your addressbook
Select “New”
Select an Alias (e.g. “SkyFile-C”)
Select “Special” or “Special Access Code” or “SAC” (depending of Capsat version)
Select “5bit” or “7bit”
Enter “28” in “Special Access Code” field
Validate by “OK”
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4.2.2 Sending an email
Prepare you message within the text editor. On the first line insert the destination address
(several addresses could be inserted). They could be followed by CC+, BCC+, SUBJ+ and/or
CONF+. Except TO+, all other parameters are optional.
When your message is reading please select “Transmit”.
4.2.3 Select Vizada LES
Before sending your email, please verify all parameters:
• Alias: SkyFile-C
• Special Access Code: 28
• Format: 7bit
• LES: Aussaguel or France Telecom
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4.3 Furuno C-terminal?
4.3.1 LES and SAC configuration
To send an e-mail from a c-unit Furuno, please select Vizada LES.
a/
b/
c/
Select “System” menu and choose “Station List”
Enter “Name” Vizada, “Type” SPEC, “Station ID” 28, “Remarks” blank
You will need one address book entry per Ocean Region
For
For
For
For
Atlantic Ocean Region West
Atlantic Ocean Region East
Pacific Ocean Region
Indian Ocean Region
select
select
select
select
021
121
221
321
How to send a message ?
d/ Choose “Editor” screen from the “File” menu
e/ Enter email address on the first line as shown below. Please start your message on
the next line
f/ Choose “Send” from the “Send / Rec” menu
g/ From “Send message” screen, choose “Priority” Normal, “Message File”, Message
now being edited, “Station Name” Vizada, “LES ID” as per table above, “Confirmation”
optional.
4.3.2 E-mail addresses format
As per step 5 above, type the e-mail address on the first line in this format:
TO+ [email protected]
Example:
TO+ [email protected]
For multiple addresses, please use CC+
Example:
TO+ [email protected]
CC+ [email protected]
CC+ [email protected]
For a complete End-to-End confirmation please use CONF+
Example:
TO+ [email protected]
CONF+
For subject, please use SUBJ+
Example:
TO+ [email protected]
SUBJ+ this is a test message
For SMS, please use SMS+
Example:
SMS+ +33688056789
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4.4 JRC C-Terminal?
4.4.1 LES and SAC configuration
To send an e-mail from a c-unit JRC, please select Vizada LES.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
From the Edit option of the main menu, choose edit ASCII file
Type a file name for your message
Type the destination address on the very first line of your message as shown
below.
Type your message starting on the next line, Then choose Transmit (F6)
Select Special Access Network and enter Special Access Code 28
Select Position Off, Character Code Data, Confirmation Optional
Choose the appropriate LES from the table below, then F1 to send your message
For
For
For
For
Atlantic Ocean Region West
Atlantic Ocean Region East
Pacific Ocean Region
Indian Ocean Region
select
select
select
select
021
121
221
321
4.4.2 How to send a message?
As per step 5 above, type the e-mail address on the first line in this format:
TO+ [email protected]
Example:
TO+ [email protected]
For multiple addresses, please use CC+
Example:
TO+ [email protected]
CC+ [email protected]
CC+ [email protected]
For a confirmation please use CONF+ (positive acknowledgement indicates that email
address format is valid and that e-mail domain name is existing)
Example:
TO+ [email protected]
CONF+
For subject, please use SUBJ+
Example:
TO+ [email protected]
SUBJ+ this is a test message
For SMS, please use SMS+
Example:
SMS+ +33688056789
For more information please contact us at:
+33 (0)5 61 28 89 99 or send a mail to [email protected]
Internet: www.vizada.com
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