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David last won the day on December 9 2013

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  1. Please see https://github.com/davidmassot/Berto In beta
  2. Please see https://github.com/davidmassot/Berto In beta
  3. These are drivers I've written myself. You need to flash the Sonoff kit with Tasmota or ESPurna, see https://github.com/xoseperez/espurna/wiki or https://github.com/arendst/Sonoff-Tasmota/wiki. You then need to setup an MQTT broker either locally or in the cloud, see https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-install-and-secure-the-mosquitto-mqtt-messaging-broker-on-ubuntu-18-04. My driver does not currently support SSL so I use a local MQTT broker and rather than open firewall ports to it I bridge it with a cloud based broker eg. AWS IoT or Digital Ocean as above. I use MQTT Dash on my Android phone, https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.routix.mqttdash&hl=en_GB, which enables me to setup simple buttons etc. to issue commands to my Control4 system. I also have a simple Relay Light driver that allows you to connect lights up to Sonoff relays and they then appear as normal Control4 lights. Very good kit and very fast interface/control. If you would like to play with the drivers I have in beta then send me an email address and I'll email you the drivers. I assume you are able to install drivers on you Control4 system?
  4. Yes. This is a good piece of kit. Open source hardware. Out of the box it requires that you use the Sonoff app and their AWS MQTT servers but you are able to put your own firmware on the device which opens it up eg. ESPurna or Tasmota. I have a full MQTT Bridge driver and Sonoff Relay driver that enables you to use your own MQTT Broker. Works a treat.
  5. Version 1.3.0


    SMTP Client driver Driver initially designed to work directly with Microsoft Live.com SMTP servers which use StartTLS negotiation on port 587 to upgrade a standard plain SMTP connection to TLS Version 1 and then start an SMTP conversation. Driver extended to work with wide range of SMTP servers whether using StartTLS or direct SSL connections, normally on port 465. Plain connections also supported. Authentication support using AUTH LOGIN or PLAIN but also open relay for in-house SMTP servers. Initial release just allows simple sending of basic email but would like to hear feedback on use with different SMTP servers. Updated to include SendMail command to action sending of standard Email Notifications. Added initial Command driver to be loaded prior to SMTP driver which includes common modules and functions. Please remove the current SMTP driver and then load the Command driver followed by the SMTP driver. Full instructions and release notes exist in the Documentation section of the drivers. Thank you David
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