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Hi All

I am looking for a way to have an email sent to me when a service stops running or restarts and also if a ping response doesn't response on a MAC machine.

Is this possible, i have Remote Desktop V3 installed but can't find anything here to do the job,

If someone can help then can you post on here and also email me on the below:

marc.chamberlain@2020mobile.com
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asus821@hotmail.com
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Firstly, remove those email addresses!!! (via Edit) You'll get spammed to the max. If people have a solution they don't wish to post openly, they can send you a Private Message (as long as you have it enabled).

Meantime, try Speedtest.net. It doesn't provide exactly what you seek, ie. a notification, but if you happen to notice unusual web behaviour, both email and browsing, it's a valuable resource to test the latency, download and upload speeds.

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