Features and Requirements
Remote Notification lets you proactively monitor your Home Server in the following ways:
- Receive your Home Server health alerts in your email inbox
- Receive your Home Server health alerts on your mobile phone via SMS¹
- Receive your Home Server health alerts in your Twitter feed
- Receive your Home Server health alerts on your mobile device via Push Notifications
- Control the health alerts that are sent based upon severity level
- Control the health alerts that are sent with custom text filters
- Control when health alerts are sent with Notification Schedules (Do Not Disturb)
- Send the alerts to as many recipients as you want
- Easy setup of your email settings with SMTP Presets
- Be confident that your server is functioning properly with Daily Reports via email
- Monitor your Home Server health alerts via RSS Feed
- View your Home Server’s health alert history for alerts you may have missed
- Monitor your Home Server health alerts on your Apple Mac desktop
- Monitor and alert on your Apple Mac Time Machine backup status
¹ Requires that your mobile provider offers an SMS Gateway. Regular text messaging fees will apply based upon your service provider and plan.
Remote Notification works with Windows Home Server v1, and requires that Power Pack 3 be installed. Remote Access must be enabled on your Home Server in order to access the RSS Feed.
Remote Notification currently runs on Windows Home Server with Power Pack 3 or later. We will be investigating opportunities for the next-generation products of Windows Home Server 2011, Windows Small Business Server 2011 Essentials, and Windows Storage Server 2008 R2 Essentials as those platforms become available.