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View Poll Results: What do you use to monitor your web server?
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Old 20th July 2007, 01:56
Balinder Walia Balinder Walia is offline
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Red face Webmin "System and Server Status - Scheduled Monitoring - Send SMS to"

I am new to Webmin and just noticed there is inbuilt "Scheduled Monitoring" under "System and Server Status - Scheduled Monitoring - Send SMS to" which is interesting to me. I am curious if anyone has set it up and using to monitor web servers/mail servers etc? Bit I am interested more is sending SMS to the system admin's defined mobile...what are the minimum requirements. Do we need to have account with some third party SMS sending agents?

I am using http://monitor.rootinternet.co.uk/ with success however would like to get more information about Webmin "System and Server Status - Scheduled Monitoring - Send SMS to"
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