SupervisionCam by Peter Kirst
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Settings:

Send Massage / Send Mail

Send a message when a motion was detected: Enable this selection box if you want to send a message to a computer in your network.

Do not send more than one message in x s: Enable the box if you do not want to send a message each time. Enter a string like 30 s (seconds), 10 min (minutes) or 1 h (hour).

Computer: Specify the destination computer. Please note that the selected computer is able to receive the message: Start Winpopup.exe on a Win 9x computer or allow incoming messages on a NT machine. The message will be sent to each computer listed in the drop down window. Use the New and Delete buttons to configure it. It is not possible to send a message to a network user, only a network machine.

Message: Contains the contents of the message. You can use a number of Placeholders to specify the event.

Test: Use the test button to check you configuration.

 

Mail Protocol: Select the mail client you want to use: SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) or MAPI (Messaging Application Programming Interface). Please note that the SMTP protocol requires server name and a sender name.

Send a mail when a motion was detected: Enable this select box if you want to send an e-mail message. Please note that SupervisionCam currently supports only the MAPI protocol. This is the standard Microsoft Mail client and should work if you use MS Outlook ™.

Do not send more than one mail in x s: Enable the box if you do not want to send an e-mail message each time. Enter a string like 30 s (seconds), 10 min (minutes) or 1 h (hour).

Attach image: Enable this box if you want to attach the image that released the event.

Address: Specify the address(es) of the receiver(s). Use the New and Delete buttons to configure it.

Message: Contains the contents of the message. You can use a number of Placeholders to specify the event.

Test: Use the test button to check your configuration. Please note: It is important to make sure that the mail service is running if you enable the send message function! Otherwise it may be possible that the thread that converts the images to JPG will stop.