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PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2014 3:42 am    Post subject: Re: my best answer Reply with quote

I have had no problem sending pages from our Orion Windows server to the server that has the PageGate program and modem, but now we would like to send pages from Statseeker, which does not run on Windows. Has anyone done this before? I think it runs on FreeBSD.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2014 9:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

According to the NIM documentation for Statseeker, which I found here http://statseeker.com/documentation/, it looks like Statseeker can be configured to send SMTP messages, which is good because our program PageGate's GetMail module allows it to receive SMTP messages.

GetMail can either be configured to POP an external POP mailbox or it can be configured to host a sub-domain, which is the better method. I'd recommend having a sub-domain created off of your main domain (for example, paging.yourdomain.com) and have the MX record for that sub-domain redirected to the IP address of the PageGate computer. Then, in GetMail's settings, you would tell it to use the created sub-domain and as soon as you do, every recipient and group in the program becomes a valid email address on the domain.

For example, let's say we have an alerting group called priority_one. You could send an email to priority_one@paging.yourdomain.com and PageGate would receive the email, read it in, then parse it out as an SMS message to every recipient listed as a member of the priority_one group.



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