Well you can monitor none Exchange services using the Exchange monitoring
So like you said in your original post, you want to monitor the WWW service,
and like I said use the Exchange monitor.
> I do not want to monitor exchange I want to monitor the 5
> web servers and use the built in SMTP service to then
> forward the mail to our exchange and then route it to me.
> Make any sense????
> >-----Original Message-----
> >You can use the Monitoring feature that is built into
> Exchange to do this,
> >here is a link to an article that should help you out:
> >Mark Fugatt
> >Pentech Office Solutions Inc
> >Visit www.msexchange.org for practical information on
> Microsoft Exchange
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> Email ---
> >> Does anyone know how I can configure a server to send
> >> when a service starts or stops. We have 5 servers load
> >> balanced on our DMZ and would like to monitor thier
> >> services. If the www service crashes on one we would
> >> to be notified. We are running exchange 2000 and would
> >> like to take advantage of it.
> >> Thankls for your help.