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How to Use the Report Wizard

Posted on February 28th, 2014 by Robert Close in Monitoring

Report wizardIf you want to generate a report regarding a specific target and you know the type of data you are looking for, you can use our Report Wizard to get the desired results. Since we have hundreds of different reports, if you are new to the system or you have not used the reports’ section yet, the easiest way to get the data needed is to use the report wizard.

To get to the Report Wizard, go to the Reports section of the control panel. There are basically 4 major types of reports which you can generate:


WebSitePulse Chrome Extensions, Part 2

Posted on February 25th, 2014 by Robert Close

I have already reviewed the test tools extension and the transaction recorder extension, so I’m not going to introduce you to WebSitePulse Current Status Chrome Extension. Once you have installed it, you should be able to see its icon on the top right-hand corner of your browser: 

Current status Chrome extension


WebSitePulse Chrome Extensions, Part 1

Posted on February 24th, 2014 by Robert Close

I have already reviewed our Chrome transaction recorder extension in a previous post where I explained into detail how to record a transaction using this specific extension. Now it’s time to look at our Test tools and Current Status Chrome extension, so stay tuned.

To get to Chrome web store, go to menu -> tools -> extensions or follow this link -


How to Use the Reports Section

Posted on February 17th, 2014 by Robert Close in Monitoring

An Overview

Collecting monitoring data is a significant part of our business but showing and providing this data in an easy-to-understand way is just as important to us and to our customers. We have many different levels of monitoring and thus a variety of reports clients can choose from. As our company is customer-driven, we have created more than 100 different reports that can fulfill all of our clients’ requirements.


Setting Up Blacklist Monitoring

Posted on February 13th, 2014 by Robert Close in Monitoring, Guides

Black listHave you ever wondered why some spam filters block the emails sent from your server?

A possible reason for such problems might be that your servers are blacklisted in a DNSBL list (DNS-based Blackhole List) which the spam filters use to verify that you are not a spammer. So, to make sure the IP of your mail server is not present in most of the major blacklist services’ lists, you can use our Blacklist (DNSBL) monitoring service.