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I want my received SMS to automagically be forwarded via Jabber (XMPP), so I can read them on my current PC.

I don't want to send SMS from my computer, though I would not mind the feature as an extra bonus.

How can I achieve this?

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Why Jabber? Try Air Droid.. –  Sachin Shekhar Apr 14 '12 at 17:19
    
@SachinShekhar Because I want it :) I want to instaread my SMS on my current PC. –  k0pernikus Apr 17 '12 at 11:07
    
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GTalkSMS (Google Project Page) does what you want (and much more).

Edit: After actively developing GTalkSMS, I decided that it's time to spawn a new project called MAXS. See my second answer.

Note: According to the FAQ I have to disclose that I am involved into GtalkSMS. GTalkSMS is an open source GPL licensed Android app. Everyone can contribute.

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If XMPP is not a must have you should check out MightyText app and Chrome extension.

I use it every day. You don't need to have your phone near you because you see SMS messages and you can respond from the app. You can even initiate a phone call from the extension (web app).

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@al-everett, thanks for correction, I learn a lot with that :) –  Maciej Płusa Dec 16 '12 at 17:18
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Always happy to help. –  Al E. Dec 16 '12 at 17:20
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MAXS (Modular Android XMPP Suite) does what you want, and much more. You can reply to incoming SMS messages or send them via XMPP. All you need is a standard XMPP client on your PC.

Note: According to the FAQ I have to disclose that I am involved into MAXS. MAXS is an open source GPLv3 licensed Android app. Everyone can contribute.

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