The app does an exceptional job at letting you pick various ways you want to be notified.
You can have it upload screen shots to an FTP site or as an e-mail.
If you use videolink2me often and got tired of creating and sending conference link to other participants each time you want to connect, you will probably like personal videolinks.
It allows you to become an owner of videolink and use the same personal link for all future video calls.
It's not included in this roundup since it costs money to use.
Webware can sometimes be less capable than software but on the plus side there's nothing to install.
You can have it send you an SMS alert, or an e-mail--both of which can link to the video or a snapshot.
You can also set it to record video or take sequential shots on a precise schedule.
Yoics (PC) Yoics is a remote desktop application with a lot of tricks up its sleeve. You can very quickly add a Webcam that can be streamed to a private Web address, along with having its footage archived to the local machine.
Honorable mention: If you're willing to shell out , you can go with Mac-only Evo Cam, which I've heard good things about.
It does motion capturing, e-mails, and offers mobile access.