I run a DBCC job that uses a cursor and does all DBCC checks on all databases in a server and writes the output to a txt file. Then I run on a daily basis a simple batch job, after the DBCC is run to check the DBCC output and e-mail me if any error messages are detected. I use the NT FINDRSTR command and a textual file as the input to it, that contain all the strings I am interested in. This list can be changed to suit individual requirements.

These jobs are run as scheduled jobs. They in fact can be also be run as a combined job. The zip file linked above contains two files.

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