Automatic Emailing refers to the emailing of activity reports to a specified email address. AceSpy can send customized activity reports to any SMTP-based email account. If you do not have one, you can use RXS Stealth Email which includes step-by-step instructions for setting up AceSpy.
Free webmail accounts are incompatible because they are not SMTP-based. Any other email account will work, so long as it uses SMTP to send emails. However it is a good idea to use a private account such as RXS Stealth Email so that nobody else will be able to see emailed results except you. You can also use the RXS Stealth Email account to have an SMTP server to send your logs to any webmail account.
Automatic Emailing can be setup by clicking Options > Emails. AceSpy combines the report(s) you select attached to one email. This email is then sent at a frequency you set. These options are all setup within the Email Options screen, which is shown and then described below.
How To Enable Automatic Emailing:
STEP 1. Open the Automatic Emails screen. Click Enable and enter frequency. 60+ is recommended.
STEP 2. Enter the following information which corresponds to your SMTP email account. It is a good idea to use your email address in both the “Email From” and “Email To” fields.
- SMTP: This is your email address’ SMTP server. i.e. smtp.yourdomain.com.
- Email From: The full email address corresponding to the above SMTP server.
- Email To: Any email address, but using the Email From address is recommended.
Advanced Options. You will need to enter your username & password for the account by clicking Advanced.
- Username: The Username used to login to the email. Usually the full email address.
- Password: The Password for the email account. Enter the full password.
- Port: Only use this field if you have trouble getting automatic emails. See note below.
NOTE: Only use the PORT: option if you have trouble sending automatic emails. If you have everything setup correctly but still aren’t receiving auto emails, then your ISP probably blocks external SMTP mailings by blocking the most common SMTP port, which is Port 25. You can easily work around this by using an alternate port from the Advanced setting window. Enter 2525 for the port number and then click Apply/OK.
Test your settings by clicking the TEST button as shown in the graphic above. If the test doesn’t succeed, then your emails will not be sent. Make sure you are entering a valid SMTP server and username/password. If you are having troubles with your ISP, try a RXS Stealth Email account which includes a valid SMTP server with complete instructions on what to put in each box and allows you to view reports from anywhere you can browse the web.
STEP 3. Select which logs you want AceSpy to send. The types of logs are described below. Keep in mind to only select logs from activities that are enabled in Logging Options.
- Applications Executed: The contents of the applications executed log.
- Chat Conversations: The contents of the chat conversation log.
- Clipboard Logs: The contents of the clipboard contents log.
- Current Desktop Screenshot: Take a current screenshot and attach to the email.
- Documents Opened: The contents of the documents opened log.
- Emails Logs: The contents of the emails sent/received log.
- Keystrokes Logs: The contents of the keystrokes typed log.
- Printer Logs: The contents of the printed items log.
- Web Sites Visited Logs: The contents of the web sites visited log.
- Windows Launched Logs: The contents of the windows launched log.
STEP 4. Click “Apply”, then click “OK”. Lastly, restart your PC so that AceSpy is restarted. After the PC finishes loading, the first report will be sent in the amount of minutes you set on the Email Configuration screen.