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Push Notification for EA?

Member Since Aug 31, 2012  1 posts bushiden Sep 05 2012 at 06:32
Hi, Im currently using an EA. I would like to be notified through Push Notification in MT4 once the EA open or close a trade. Any idea how to do this? It doesnt have to be incorporated into the EA I use, separate usable one will do.



Member Since Apr 20, 2010  1 posts Xpert Advisor (xpertadvisor) Oct 27 2012 at 15:55
It's require to write an EA to check all the trading activities and send out the notification when there is open,close, takeprofit or stoploss.

contact me by wei_siong@yahoo.com if you would like me to code this EA for you.


Member Since Jan 20, 2010  2 posts optimus Oct 29 2012 at 23:16

simple task with mT4 terminal build 427 and upwards. read this: https://forum.mql4.com/48376

if you need any assistance in adding push notifications to your EA just PM me.


Don't change parameters remotely and get disconnected...

Member Since Dec 02, 2010  15 posts Richard (ricaccumulator) Jan 16 2014 at 22:49
there is an 'ea' which can do this, it expands the notifications what mt4 can send to your smartphone.


hope it helps


Member Since Apr 30, 2011  39 posts skaboy Jan 17 2014 at 08:12
Try adding a 'send mail' procedure.
You can find examples of this pro in many free indicators and EA's.

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