Pager.txt Driver File Contents (win_dsk1.zip)

   USING WINDOWS NT STORAGE MANAGER EVENT BROADCASTER WITH PAGERS

DPT's Storage Manager for Windows NT (versions 2.0G and later) can send 
event messages to alphanumeric paging devices. The messages are sent in
the form of e-mail to pagers that support e-mail message delivery.

The following procedures apply to the system that is running the Storage 
Manager Event Logger which monitors DPT controllers and attached disk
arrays.

To configure alphanumeric pager support, do the following:

1. Ensure your pager is working and activated through a service provider.

2. Establish a permanent connection to an internet service provider (ISP)
   or create Dial-up Networking connection to your ISP.

3. Configure your e-mail client software to access your ISP's mail server.

4. Determine the e-mail addresses for the people you want to send 
   pager messages.

5. In Storage Manager:

   a. Set the Display Threshold to the level where you want to start 
      broadcast messages.
      
   b. Enable "E-Mail to Users" in the Event Broadcasting dialog 
      (Options--Event Broadcast Control).
    
   c. Enter the e-mail addresses for the pagers in the "E-Mail Users" list.

   d. Click on OK to exit the dialog and save the changes.
   
When the Event Broadcaster is active, the Event Logger will send text 
messages for selected events to the pager via the e-mail address provided.

NOTE: This feature should work with any alphanumeric paging system which 
supports message delivery via e-mail.  Contact your pager service provider
for specific information.

If you encounter difficulty using this feature, contact DPT Technical Support:

    Telephone:  407-830-5522
    E-Mail:     support@dpt.com
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