The X10Comunity Fourms are back online
Better idea. Get a programmer to remove the registration requirements.
My recomendation for this would be to move away from AHP. I have been using Ihouse and PCCompanion for a long time with out AHP and it has added alot to my setup. you can check them out at http://tuicemen.com/forum/index.php and http://www.ihousehomeautomation.com/phpBB/index.php?sid=175f8ff37866b5a44c5b2a92b12d2b4dHope this helps some with the x10 crash Ken
Anyone else having issues with On Alert email notifications not working. I assume with the X10 shutdown, that whatever server handled emails is no longer accessible. I changed all my email notifications to call an external perl mail program in the meantime. Also, is anyone still using http://myhouse.x10.com, anyone know if there will be some workaround. Right now I use RDP because MyHouse was way too slow, but if this gets replaced by something that works the way it should I may consider switching.
If you have the smart macro plugin you call a windows command.The windows command is found in Advanced Functions in the drop down on the right side of your macro build screen You replace the email call with the windows command.Edit the windows command place the location of the program in the command slot place any Command line Arguments in the Arguments box.
Thanks for the info. I've got the email program to run by putting it in the slot of the windows command but I don't see any arguments box for the command line arguments.
Quote from: ibjimbo2 on January 13, 2014, 09:55:59 PMThanks for the info. I've got the email program to run by putting it in the slot of the windows command but I don't see any arguments box for the command line arguments.The email program has to be able to handle command line arguments.If it can't you need to create a script with something like AutoHotKey and execute that instead with the windows command.If the email program can handle Argument in AHP you add the info as shown in the attachment