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A1Raoul
15-12-2007, 09:53 AM
I need to ping a url and then have an email sent to the administrator if the ping fails... How is that done?

Erayd
15-12-2007, 10:16 AM
Start a new thread for that please - this one is ancient. Also welcome to PressF1 :D

wicodeproject
08-01-2008, 04:49 AM
I didn't read the whole thread but this is what you should do

1. right click your desktop and choose new \ shortcut
2. in the dialogue box type
%windir%\System32\ping.exe domain.com -t -w 3000
3. right click the icon and choose properties change the icon if you like
and replace the domain.com with something of your choosing.
4. double click the icon and look at the results.

I use this to keep tabs on my moms computer for her and to keep her
crappy dsl connection alive. in my case I ping my router at home once
every four hours so that I can check the log and see what her ip is so
that I can get into the router or remote desktop to her computer if
need be. This is pretty much a fool proof method. if you are just using it
as a simple keep alive you can set the option under properties to have it
open minimized. This works on all windows XP and server 2000/2003
I haven't tryed it on vista but I would assume it should work there too
however User Access Control may complain about it on vista.

Hope that helps there really is no need for a batch file to do such a simple
task.

GreatDane

beama
08-01-2008, 06:06 AM
add this to to the batch syntax already given


START mailto:emailaddress@somewhere.com?subject=test&body=At%%20%DATE%,%%20%TIME%

bit research in google should help figure out how to auto send this will only lauch your email program with the enclosed bits

google send email from batch file

beama
08-01-2008, 06:33 PM
this maybe a better option

Blat (http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=81910)