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SMTPing is a network monitoring tool made to watch your entire infrastructure at a glance.

You can check the line quality of each node, monitor services and even set sound alerts or email notifications when something goes wrong.

We have a permanent discount for SMTPing when you purchase it through LAVA Softworks, but if you purchase your license here at the BCF Marketplace, you’ll get a bigger discount!

  • Standard price: $24.99
  • Buying with BCF wallets from the website: $12.49 (50% off!)
  • Buying it here: $8.33 (66% off!)

(Prices shown in USD, but you pay with any of the coins supported by BCF)

Note: with your purchase over this marketplace, you’ll get a coupon code for a free to standard license upgrade. This coupon can be redeemed on SMTPing, and you’ll receive your code and instructions by email after the payment is processed.

Download SMTPing from here.

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Network Monitoring made simple

SMTPing is a network monitoring tool designed to keep you informed about the status of all the nodes in your LAN/WAN, having them all at once on your screen. Most monitoring tools are used to monitor servers and/or gateways, but with SMTPing you can have PCs, Multi-Function centers and even mobile devices at the blink of an eye! You don’t get more info of the true basics: if the node is up or down.

“The system is down”…

Let’s say you’re in charge of your company’s network. Let’s say your company have branch offices. Let’s say you get that annoying “the system is down” phrase when the core business software fails but the network has no issues. In cases like these, SMTPing is right for you for two powerful reasons:

  1. You can tell if the line quality is good or bad in a fast chart.
  2. You can share your Dashboard with your bosses or the Branch Office Managers, so they can verify that the system isn’t down because of a network shortage.

Get all you want to see at a glance!

SMTPing comes with a basic template that shows about 38 groups with up to 5 nodes each on a 1280×960 pixel screen. This template, on a 2560×1440 WQHD flat panel has proven to be enough to show up to 330 nodes in 90 groups at full screen with no zoom-out!

But that’s not all! you can see the line quality for a certain group to see the intermittence/falls within the last 24 hours.

Want to see details for a single node? no big deal. As simple as clicking over a node, you’ll see how many failures have been detected during the last significant periods, from actual hour to previous week!

Fully configurable!

SMTPing comes with a basic template, but more are added on a regular basis and made available for you to download.

But even with the basic template can have a lot of color combinations! that’s because SMTPing themes are fully built onto the jQuery UI framework, and all existing jQuery UI themes (24 as of February 2013) have been included to give you a bunch of options!

You can also set a lot of things over the Configuration editor:

  • Chart dimensions to fit them to your monitoring display resolution
  • Statistics and Calculation Range parameters to build your on-screen reports
  • Change captions for the node types catalog
  • Set custom colors to your groups

And a lot more!

Get your coupon code now!

Through SMTPing’s download page at LAVA Softworks you purchase your license upgrade from free to standard in a fully automated way, but by doing it over this marketplace, you’ll get a coupon for your license upgrade. This coupon can be redeemed on SMTPing, and you’ll receive your code and instructions by email after the payment is processed.

Download SMTPing from here.


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