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I have configured kannel with smsc. The problem is I get delivery reports for some messages and for some others I get:

ERROR: SMPP[XXX]: got DLR but could not find message or was not interested in it id<2691146294> dst<98XXXXXXXXXX>, type<1>

here is my configuration:

group = core
admin-port = 13000
admin-password = 123456
status-password = 654321
admin-deny-ip = "*.*.*.*"
admin-allow-ip = "127.0.0.1"
smsbox-port = 13001
box-deny-ip = "*.*.*.*"
box-allow-ip = "127.0.0.1"
log-file = "/var/log/kannel/bearerbox.log"
log-level = 1
store-type = spool
store-location = "/var/lib/kannel"
store-dump-freq = 60
sms-incoming-queue-limit = 10000000
sms-outgoing-queue-limit = 10000000
sms-resend-freq = 10
sms-resend-retry = -1
access-log = "/var/log/kannel/bearerbox-access.log"

group = smsc
smsc = smpp
smsc-id = my-smsc
host = XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
port = 5019
receive-port = 5019
system-type = VMA
smsc-username = XXX
smsc-password = XXX
throughput = 1
reconnect-delay = 10
msg-id-type = 0x01

group = smsbox
smsbox-id = my-smsbox
bearerbox-host = 127.0.0.1
sendsms-port = 13013
log-file = "/var/log/kannel/smsbox.log"
log-level = 1

group = smsbox-route
smsbox-id = my-smsbox
smsc-id = my-smsc

group = sendsms-user
username = username
password = password
concatenation = true
max-messages = 100

I'm sending each message with dlr-mask set to 3 and dlr-url like this:

http://10.0.0.1/delivery?id=12345687&type=%d"

id is message id in database. can anyone help?

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You kannel might not be able to process the dlr, as it might be busy. You can use mysql database for dlr storage, none of your dlr's get lost. refer

http://eshaiju.blogspot.in/2013/09/configuring-mysql-dlr-storage.html

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