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Configure Windows 2003 Server to send error messages through email when they occur

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HI, I am currently using Windows 2003 server for our main servers, and I was wondering if there is a way to set the server to send a notifying email when an error occurs, to a set list of addresses.

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Claude
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Pull up the admin website and there is a section in there to configure alerts.  This will do what you are asking.
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