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i want to know how i can configure the alert mail service on any service on the windows server 2008 R2 , i need to get an email if the certain application service is down .
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My recommendation would be to use a power shell script (such as this one: http://www.youdidwhatwithtsql.com/monitoring-starting-services-with-powershell/113) to monitor whether the services you need are running. You can have the script to run regularly as a Windows scheduled task and automatically send you an e-mail if the service is not running.

There is also an open source tool called polymon that will do this: http://polymon.codeplex.com/.
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dear
how i can do this in details please
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There's a specific monitor for monitoring Windows services available here: http://polymon.codeplex.com/wikipage?title=Samples&referringTitle=Home.

To fully understand how the tool works, I do recommend taking a look at the documentation to configure it for your environment.
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thanks but didn't found any option to configure to send an email if the service is down
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Hi,

Since you mentioned that you would like to receive email notification for specific application you should be able to configure those events specific to that application to get events triggered and get it as email alerts.

How to configure Email Notification monitor by specific events (Built-in)
http://blogs.iis.net/rickbarber/archive/2012/10/26/send-an-email-when-an-event-is-logged.aspx

If you like more specific solution for what you are trying to achieve please share what application that you are trying to monitor so that we can be more specific in answering the same. :)
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thanks , the main service i need to monitor it is ( blackberry Enterprise Service) on our BlackBerry server as below:
BAS-AS  (BlackBerry Administration Service - Application Server)
BlackBerry Controller
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many thanks for u help
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Hi,

Glad that my answer helped :)

BAS-AS  Events - 4100/4096/4097/4098

BlackBerry Controller Events - 10000/20000/20406

http://community.spiceworks.com/windows_event (Search by event Source)
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