> We run WebSite-Watcher 24/7 on a separate machine and send out e-
> mails. Is there a way that I get notified when WebSite-Watcher is
> not running or when mails could not be sent?
You can use the WebSite-Watcher App (available for Android and iOS) to get notifications on your phone when WebSite-Watcher is not running or when e-mails cannot be sent.
1. App: Add the bookmark WSW-for-Windows
If not already done, add the special bookmark "WSW for Windows" to your bookmark list.
2. App: Configure the bookmark WSW-for-Windows
To get notified when WebSite-Watcher is not running or when actions could not be executed successfully, you can use this configuration:
|•||Enable AutoWatch (for example to check the status every 15 minutes)|
|•||Disable the option "Alert on updates"|
|•||Enable the option to get alerts when WebSite-Watcher is not running|
3. Windows: WebSite-Watcher has problems sending e-mails
If WebSite-Watcher cannot send all e-mails, you'll get a red error message as shown the the following video.
4. App: Status of the Windows version is checked in background
Now you'll also get the error notification on your phone.