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How to Monitor Lotus Domino Server

Dear Experts,

Looking for a solution to monitor our Domino server, and if the server or service is down to alert us via email, sms, etc...

We've been using OpManger for awhile, it has a secondary mail server feature. But for some reason the secondary mail server doesn't know when the primary [Domino] mail server is down. This is a sepatate issue I'm working on with their support guys.

TIA,

Mike
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Thanks guys, the nagios tool is the kind of thing I'm looking for. Also found Mailive yesterday, simple smtp mail monitoring tool, $360/year, trying their 30 day demo. So far it seems to be working as expected.

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Mike
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