Try this, set up an e-mail account for OSPF either internal to your network or maybe gmail... Use the (system logging) inside the winbox, set it for (route, ospf, info) action=email, then go to tools and setup your e-mail for your Router, give it an smtp server to send through, and the (From) field can be whatever you want such as firstname.lastname@example.org
. Just think about where your links could go and set all routers that have multiple paths; to e-mail you when this action is triggered by the log. No need to have routers in a stub section of your network e-mail you, but the router it connects to should alert you. Get your router ID's clean because you get an e-mail that reads something like :
Subject: route,ospf,info OSPFv2 neighbor 10.22.1.4 state change from Full to Down.
This works good enough for me now, one day when I get some time I try to make it cleaner looking.