Keystroke Spy has the unique ability to allow you to have its
activity logs delivered to your personal e-mail address every
X minutes as desired. This allows you to remotely keep tabs on
your computer from a remote location.
SMTP Host: This is your mail host that you use
for your email clients. If you do not know this contact your
ISP or system administrator. You can configure Keystroke Spy to use
an alternate SMTP port on your email host by configuring the
host in the following format - hostname:alternateport (example:
Recipient: This is where the logs are delivered
to. Most likely your own personal email address.
Mail From: This is the address where your mail
will be sending from. It is a good idea to use your own email
address for this, or you can make up one (but this may not sometimes
SMTP Authentication: If your SMTP host requires
authentication on outgoing email then this option should be configured.
Format Keystrokes Before Sending: This will
apply any deletion keystrokes to keystroke logs for easier reading
when logs are delivered.
Clear Keystroke Logs After Sending: This will
clear all keystroke logs after logs are sent, if configured.
Send Snapshot: This will make Keystroke Spy include
a screenshot of the desktop at the time of the email log delivery.
How to enable this option
You can turn this feature on
by clicking on SETTINGS on the Keystroke Spy window, then
'Configure Email Delivery'.
Once the logs are emailed to you, you can view the logs inside
your own email software that you commonly use. All logs are in
HTML format, and can be saved by simply going to the Save
email feature within your email client.
For additional help setting up email delivery please see our how-to
on email delivery setup here.