ago control can send some kind of alerts:
sudo apt-get install agocontrol-alert
Then enable and start the daemon
sudo systemctl enable agoalert.service sudo systemctl start agoalert.service
Agoalert is configured on dedicated web page on agocontrol. Click on Alert in the Applications list web page.
Follow instructions on Twitter tab to make agocontrol have access to your twitter account.
Agocontrol uses SMS provider to send you text messages.
Agocontrol can send you email using your own email provider or existing one.
Gmail configuration example: smtp: smtp.gmail.com:587 sender: a valid email address (an invalid mail address will probably be considered as spam) login: your gmail address password: your gmail password (don't forget to generate new token from your google account if you are using 2-step verification authorization) tls: checked
Agocontrol provides push notifications through different providers:
Configuration depends on chosen provider. Please follow instructions on push tab.
Push notifications are available for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 by using the Pushalot app, setup email provider above and use your assigned @api.pushalot.com email address to push notifications to devices.
Alerts need specific parameters according to alert type.
When you are done, check your 127.0.0.1:8008/#config/Devices that alertcontroller is there.
Device Name Room Name Device Type Handler IntID Action
unset unset alertcontroller alert alertcontroller
You have to set names for the alert controller and device(s) in order for them to be visible to the system.
Change name to something as below example.
Device Name Room Name Device Type Handler IntID Action alertcontroller unset alertcontroller alert alertcontroller pushgateway unset pushgateway alert <<UUDI not shown>> smtpgateway unset smtpgateway alert <<UUDI not shown>>