In theory you could write a sender, and a receiver, for the IBM smtp
stuff. Send one every x minutes, if the receiver doesn't find it then use
a sockets program to active that fence charger wired to your chair.
Or, we paid a little for a slightly more full featured account than the
free ones at yahoo. Our IBM i sends off an email to yahoo, it forwards it
on to our email receiver (Domino). If the Domino doesn't receive one
within x minutes all hell breaks loose. My first suggestion doesn't test
if, for some reason, your sender gets blacklisted, comm drops, etc. The
second method is a much more robust end-to-end.
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