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06/28/2019 Integrate Verizon EMAG with PageGate

PageGate supports sending messages through Verizon's Enterprise Messaging Access Gateway (EMAG).

When registering on EMAG, we recommend registering for the SMTP and SNPP API's. Registering for both allows you to configure SNPP, the more efficient protocol, as the primary method of delivery with SMTP as a failover method for redundancy.

Integrate Verizon EMAG with PageGate


06/26/2019 Alarm and Security Monitoring Message Flow

Alarm and security monitoring software triggers a message. PageGate picks up the message, then does any one or combination of the following options including: executes a batch file, runs a script, updates an API, passes the text message to a messaging aggregator, sends a fax, sends email, interacts with a HIPAA compliant messaging solution, updates the Web API, sends text to cell phone or pager, updates a chat client, or sends message to an enterprise messaging solution.

Alarm and Security Monitoring Message Flow


06/24/2019 Integrating iWatchDogs Supergoose with PageGate

Follow these steps to use iWatchDogs Supergoose with PageGate
PageGate can be easily integrated with iWatchDogs' Supergoose by using PageGate's GetMail interface.

GetMail gives PageGate the ability to receive an email and translate that in to an SMS, page, update to a web API, etc, and Logentries has the ability to send an email when an alert needs to be sent.

Integrating iWatchDogs Supergoose with PageGate


06/21/2019 How to integrate Commvault Security Data Protection Software with PageGate

PageGate can be easily integrated with Commvaults alert notification system by using PageGates GetASCII module to receive Command Line notifications from Commvault.

How to integrate Commvault Security Data Protection Software with PageGate


06/19/2019 Ticket Tracking Message Flow Infographic

How PageGate can be used with ticket tracking solution.

Ticket Tracking Message Flow Infographic


06/17/2019 SMS and Text Messaging Learning Center



SMS and Text Messaging Learning Center


06/14/2019 How Message Volume Impacts Cellular Hardware

Cellular hardware is, by far, the fastest and most reliable method of sending SMS with PageGate. However, the hardware itself has its own limitations on how fast it can push the traffic to the outside world.

Typically speaking, cellular hardware will be able to accept one message for delivery every 2 or 3 seconds, which means that the upper delivery rate on most cellular hardware is between 20 and 30 messages per minute. If you try to push more traffic than the device is capable of handling, you'll receive a CMS Error 500 indicating that the device has been overloaded and that can cause message delivery headaches like missed messages.

How Message Volume Impacts Cellular Hardware


06/12/2019 How HVAC Companies are Using Text Messaging

Text messaging is used a variety of ways in the heating, ventilation and air conditioning industry. Some of the industry specific uses for PageGate include:
- Dispatch notifications and alerts
- Notifications of material deliveries to sites
- Confirm appointment times for estimates and quotes
- Communicate with & coordinate contractors and sub-contractors
- Reminders of payment due dates
- Notification of received payments
- Notification of discounts, deals and promotions
- Routine employee communications

How HVAC Companies are Using Text Messaging


06/10/2019 Automated Alarm Monitoring Messaging Flow

Automated Alarm Monitoring System text and SMS message flow options as an infographic.

Automated Alarm Monitoring Messaging Flow


06/07/2019 Weather Monitoring Messaging Flow

How PageGate can be used with weather monitoring software.

Weather Monitoring Messaging Flow


06/05/2019 Steps of PRTG Integration

I would like to use a mobile phone or a modem to send short text messages with PRTGs notification system. This way, my messages can also be sent when there is no internet connection available.

How can I do this? What third-party software do I need? (you can use Cellular hardware with PageGate as well)

Steps of PRTG Integration


06/03/2019 Configuring the PageGate Software to Transmit Alarms Sent by the eG Manager

To achieve this, follow the steps given below:

Please make sure that a dial-up modem is connected to the eG manager host.
Install the PageGate software on the eG manager host and start the PageGate server as shown below (you can also use cellular hardware)

complete article


05/31/2019 In certain scenarios, ipMonitor cannot communicate directly to the modem.

In certain scenarios, ipMonitor cannot communicate directly to the modem. Use the External Process Action with a third-party modem application instead of the built-in SMS-based actions.

complete article


05/29/2019 PageGate I-NET Seven Programming Instructions

PageGate allows for network paging or network wide SMS messaging from any combination of the following modules: web, email, commandline/ascii, serial, TAP-in and (GUI) windows workstations. SMS or text messages can be sent to alphanumeric pagers, numeric pagers, cell phones, PIMs, billboards or pcmcia pager cards.

For capturing and paging I/NET Seven alarms and messages the “Get Serial” module from PageGate is used.

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