In this demostration I will use Clickatell simply because it offers 10 free SMS after the registration. Now go to Clickatell's website http://www.clickatell.com/login.php under the 'New Customers' setion select 'Clickatell Central (API)'
Fill out your personal information then click on 'Continue'.
Upon successful registration you should receive an email containing the account activation link. You may now check your inbox to complete your account activation. By following the activation link you will be brought to the login screen as the image show below. Type in the password and click on 'Login' to proceed.
Next you will need to verify your mobile number by entering an activation code sent by Clickatell after you enter your mobile phone number and click on 'SEND ACTIVATION CODE'
While still logged in with Clickatell, go to 'Manage my Products' and select 'HTTP from 'My Connections dropdown list.
Set up the 'HTTP API' by entering the minimum required information, the 'Name', 'Dial Prefix' and 'Callback Type' as the image shown below. Click on 'Submit' once done.
You should now obtain an 'API ID' that is required before using the SMS service. Write this down somewhere as we will need it for the setup in the NAS administration in the next step.
Up to this point you have completed the account registration and mobile number verfications with Clickatell and have successfully obtained an 'API ID'. You may now proceed to step 2.
Go to 'System Administration' > 'Notification' > 'Configure SMSC server' and enter the information we got from step 1 to configure the SMSC server and cell phone number, you can send the SMS text message when the different events were chosen, such as Motion detection is detected on an IP camera, Alarm input is triggered on an IP camera as the image shown below.
Congradulations it's all setup and now you may wanna test if your have configure the SMS notification properly by clicking on the 'SEND A TEST SMS MESSAGE' button. If nothing goes wrong you should be able to receive it in less than 10 seconds.
Go to 'System Administration' > 'Notification' > 'Configure SMTP server' and enter the e-mail address of the administrator and the IP address of the SMTP server. In case of warning or malfunction, e.g. power outage, a drive is unplugged, an e-mail will be sent to the administrator automatically. You can go to Event Logs to check the details of all errors and warnings. You also get to test if the email sending process works by clicking on the 'SEND A TEST E-MAIL' button.
Now no matter if you are out at work or away from home you will still be notified of the status and the condition of your QNAP right away by either a SMS sent to your mobile or a letter to your inbox and be able to act in case of any unexpected events.