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Topic # 59313 1-Apr-2010 13:33
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Hi,

I just purchased an IP camera from novibo.com and it works great.  However I want to setupt he alram settings to email me when activated (it comes complete with a web/ email/ ftp client).  However the parameters within the settings do not appear to cater for an outgoing mail (SMTP) server that requires a secure connection (SSL) check box. 

I have emailed the supplier to see if there is a firmware update to resolve this, but in the interim does anyone know of a email service that does not require SMTP with SSL?  I wouldn't be needing to receive mail via this service, just send...





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  Reply # 313874 1-Apr-2010 13:45
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If the camera has access to the Internet you could use your own ISP's SMTP server? Surely ISPs make both SSL and non-SSL available?







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  Reply # 313876 1-Apr-2010 13:50
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Ahhh hadn't thought about my own ISP... don't normally like using them since I seem to switch every year or two.

And yes I can view the stream via www on a PC or mobile (very cool).




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  Reply # 313887 1-Apr-2010 14:12
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Thanks freitasm - all working!




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