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  # 1032937 28-Apr-2014 23:28
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Thanks for all the ideas people. I'll sit down with the boss when I get a chance and go through various options with him.

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  # 1032965 29-Apr-2014 07:26
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I like these Foscam - http://foscam.com/. As mentioned you could detect motion and trigger an email to an email to text service - this would be a pretty reliable way to be alerted. These guys are really good if you want to go that route - https://www.bulletin.net/product-messenger.html

 
 
 
 


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  # 1032966 29-Apr-2014 07:35
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amorpeth: I like these Foscam


What's up with the link at the end of your post? It appears to be advertising some kind of messaging service not associated with your message.

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  # 1032978 29-Apr-2014 08:19
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Its related - Its an email to text service which I mentioned in the post.

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  # 1032983 29-Apr-2014 08:36
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Hi All

Due to the FUG i am not able to list details of the products we have. if anyone wants more info please DM me

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  # 1032990 29-Apr-2014 08:58
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ferg_nz: Due to the FUG i am not able to list details of the products we have. if anyone wants more info please DM me


Are you allowed to post a link to your website if I ask you to? Sounds easier than a bunch of people emailing you. If not please email it to me.

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  # 1032992 29-Apr-2014 08:59
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The website is not up and going just yet. once it is i will post a link to it



 
 
 
 


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  # 1042426 12-May-2014 16:08
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Not wanting to hijack this thread but can anyone recommend ip camera monitoring and recording software for Windows? I've got a nice little IP cam off Alibaba but the bundled software is not that great.

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  # 1042510 12-May-2014 17:34
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woody99: Not wanting to hijack this thread but can anyone recommend ip camera monitoring and recording software for Windows? I've got a nice little IP cam off Alibaba but the bundled software is not that great.


I use Blue Iris for my cams. Lots of Camera's supported out of the box, lots of options for event based actions (allowed me to tie back into my home automation software) and I needed software that could indepentantly stream the feeds so I wasn't stuck with rtsp that some of my cams used. So far has worked great for me and have felt it was worth the $'s. Trial is available.

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  # 1042549 12-May-2014 18:18
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I can 2nd Blue Iris. Great product at a decent price.

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  # 1042560 12-May-2014 18:39
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I used icamsource before I got dlink cameras, worked well!

http://skjm.com/icam/support.php

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  # 1042591 12-May-2014 19:21
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I used the motion detection in built in the foscam to email pictures to my Gmail account worked very well.
Caught photos of my friend turning lights off. (8910) 
Any security camera for me must save photos off site.

Primary use is as baby cam as has IR built in for night viewing
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  # 1042598 12-May-2014 19:41
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Thanks folks - I'll have a look at both recommended.

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