Depending on what type of pager you have, MISSION
offers several different formats for the alarm notification
Smart Phones and Cellular Phones: Almost everyone carries and cell phone and more often smart phones are being used. You can receive alarm notifications
via phone call or text message. The setup for both methods is very simples. Let us know the email address (firstname.lastname@example.org for example), or phone
number and wireless carrier, and we'll take it from here. Smart phones also hahve the ability to access the Mission mobile web portal so you can see your system while on-the-go.
As with the two-way pager, you can also
reply to the text message with an "OK" and we'll
cancel the callouts for that alarm.
Numeric Pager: You will receive a numeric
message that looks like:
877-991-1911 * 12345
Alphanumeric Pager: The text message will
indicate the site, alarm, time of the alarm, and
other site info. There are several formats
from which to choose, ranging from very brief to
quite detailed -- you can select which type you
receive right from the website based on the maximum
length message your pager carrier allows.
call the toll-free automated messaging center and
enter the five digit event code. You will hear
the site, alarm description, and other pertinent
site data, and be given an opportunity to
acknowledge the alarm (or be told that someone else
has already accepted it). The number is easy to remember -- with different punctuation it's 1-877-9-911-911.
Two-way Pager: The text message you
receive can be selected just like for the
alphanumeric case. If the recipient responds
to the message with a simple "OK" reply, the message
will be acknowledged, without having to phone in to
the message center.
MISSION notifies them all!