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Old 03-31-2007, 11:36 PM
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basicstate.com - your summertime freedom tool


GET AWAY MORE THIS SUMMER

SMS ALERTS WHEREVER YOU ARE



BASICSTATE.COM offers free server uptime monitoring and alert services.


ENSURE YOUR WEB SITE IS ALIVE
  • tests your web site every 15 minutes
  • daily uptime summary
  • problem alerts by email and sms
  • multiple alert destinations
  • configurable alert delays
  • easy to use admininstrator control panel
  • unlimited servers and users
  • add alerts for ecommerce partner sites

ABSOLUTELY FREE


Alerts can be sent to target email accounts and sms devices, with multiple
recipients and escalation levels.

Subscribers can also choose to receive additional alerts for many popular
e-commerce partners.

This is a professional quality free resource for you *and* your clients.
It will always be completely free. Not just for a trial period, but forever.

If your customers are going to use a server uptime monitor, it might as
well be the same one you use!

Please feel free to drop by and take it for a spin.

If you need graphics or html linking code to put on your hosting resource
pages, check the bottom part of the menu under "link to basicstate.com"


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