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viperm
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join:2002-07-09
Winchester, CA
reply to bburley

Re: How to set up SMTP secure for DUDE server

on your alert notice you start with c:\????

I am running on a rb433ah as a test for right now what would the alert look like running on that platform?

and is emailer.vbs the name you gave the script when you create it in mikrotik with winbox?
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bburley

join:2010-04-30
Cold Lake, AB
.vbs is Visual Basic Script running on a Windows PC.

I am also running The Dude on a Windows PC.

You can create an email script in the MikroTik, but it will look very different.

You first have to set up "/tool e-mail" with some basic info.
Server: [IP Address of mail server]
Port: [Mail Server Port (25 or other)]
From: [sender email address]
User: [email user name - usually sender email address]
Password: [users email password]

Then in the MikroTik script the line that sends the email looks like;

/tool e-mail send to=emailaddress@yourdomain.com subject="Email Alert" body="Text String" (or use $variable)

You can overide default e-mail tool settings by including "from=", "server=", and probably "port=" in the script line.

The MikroTik e-mail tool can handle basic authentication but I am not sure about SSL authentication.

From the MikroTik wiki: "Email tool uses only plain authentication and tls encryption. Other methods are not supported."

Offhand, I can't recall if there is an easy way of launching a PC-based script from the MikroTik, but I know you can create a PC-based script that will interact with a MikroTik Router. The PC-based script would have to periodically poll the router to see if there was something to do.

There is probably some clever way for a PC to become aware that the router wants to trigger an event, but I am not sure of the best approach.

"/tool fetch" might grab a web page from a local server that triggers based on the IP address(router) of the http request.

A telnet or ftp event might also be used. Perhaps an email from the MikroTik to a local mail server could trigger sending another ssl authenticated email from the local mail server.

The hard part is finding a *simple* way to do it.

bburley

join:2010-04-30
Cold Lake, AB
I should mention that I have used "/tool e-mail" in a MikroTik Router to send an email directly to my cell phone.

Most carriers will allow email sent to [10digitPhoneNumber]@cellcarrier.com or similar.

bburley

join:2010-04-30
Cold Lake, AB
You could also use this (or similar)

»www.postcastserver.com/