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E-mail Reception You can also set events to trigger with the reception of e-mail In the Trigger dialog box, select E-mail reception, then enter the address of the person for which you want HomeSeer to check For example, if you only want HomeSeer to respond to requests from you when you re at work, and your work e-mail address is me@myworkcom, enter this address in the box However, if you don t care who is able to issue commands to your system, you can enable any incoming e-mail (properly formatted, of course) to trigger events If you want HomeSeer to respond to commands sent by anyone, check the All Addresses check box
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In the previous section, we explained how HomeSeer can respond to incoming e-mails to take action Based on the subject line in an incoming e-mail, an X10 command can be sent by House and Unit Code, by the device name, or to force the trigger of an event The command must be listed in the subject line of the e-mail message To set up HomeSeer to receive e-mail commands, follow these steps:
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1 Configure a new event and set its trigger to e-mail reception 2 On the e-mail from field, set the address to the address authorized to submit commands, shown in Figure 15-11
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Entering the e-mail address that will be honored when commands are sent via e-mail
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3 No actions are necessary to be set, as you ll be issuing commands via e-mail
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2 MINUTES Once HomeSeer is configured to accept e-mail commands, you must draft your e-mail messages properly Follow these steps:
1 Enter your home e-mail address (assuming, of course, your HomeSeer unit will be monitoring home e-mail accounts) 2 Enter the commands into the subject line of your e-mail (The commands are not case sensitive, so don t fret about making sure everything is upper- or lowercased)
To control a device by House Code and Unit Code, the command starts with the command execx10 The command is entered using the format:
execx10:devices,dimval
For example, if you want to send a command to two light modules (with the addresses of H7 and H8), enter
exec10:h7+h8,ON
To dim device G12 to 50 percent:
exec10:G12,DIM,50
An event can be triggered by using the device name To do this, the command follows this convention:
execx10byname:devicename,dimval
To turn on the living room lamp, enter
execx10byname:living room lamp,ON
Finally, e-mail commands can activate a named event For example, if you have a series of devices connected together in an event, the event can be triggered using an e-mail command The syntax for the trigger command is
triggerevent:eventname
For example, if one of our events is called Movie Night and it automatically shuts the family room drapes, dims the lights to 30 percent, and shuts off hallway lights, we can trigger this via e-mail by sending an e-mail with the subject line:
triggerevent:movie night
Figure 15-12 shows an example of a completed e-mail message that will activate three X10 devices
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Figure 15-12
A sample e-mail message that will turn on three X10 devices
Web Access
You can manage your X10 gadgetry via the Internet by using HomeSeer s web access tool HomeSeer comes with a built-in web server that generates a web page giving yourself and others access to your X10 devices All the functionality achieved through the Windows interface is possible through the web interface This allows you to monitor the status of your devices, plus you can add, delete, and edit all your devices and events
Use Either Windows or the Web Interface
On the local computer, you can use either the web interface or the Windows interface This is a nice feature, because you can use whichever tool you re more comfortable with 5 MINUTES
Web Server
To set up the web access, you must first activate HomeSeer s web server First, you must have TCP/IP installed on your computer If you aren t sure, an easy way to tell is whether you are able to access the Internet If you can, then you re all set If not, refer to your operating system s Help for information on installing it Once TCP/IP is installed, follow these steps:
1 Follow View | Options 2 Click the Web Server tab, shown in Figure 15-13
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