Backup Email Customisation

Discussion in 'Ideas' started by benratty, May 17, 2017.

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  1. benratty

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    Is there any chance of being able to customise the backup notification email, we have several 3CX systems all backing up and if one fails it is difficult to which one failed because all the backup emails are the same.
     
  2. the60

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    we're able to distinguish each client's backup by assigning a different email address to each client's PBX. I.e., clientxyz@domain.com.

    Not sure if this helps, but it works for us.
     
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  3. ChrisHerrmann

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    AFAICT there's no ability to even determine if these emails are sent or not, let alone customised. The logic for notifications needs to be abstracted out so that any and all comms can be managed from the same place e.g. one admin page to manage all alerts / notices. and vice versa - each function that might result in an alert takes you to a standardised alert config screen.
     
  4. techclarity

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    We need this as well.
     
  5. muirfield

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    We'd like the ability to customise the recipient address for the backup notification as we do not want it to be sent to the same address as the other email alerts.

    We'd also like to see the backup result logged to the Windows Event Log.
     
  6. Silly English Kniggit

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    Yes to both. Also log to Linux system log. Also put server name in email so it's possible to tell which server the email is from without inspecting the SMTP headers.
     
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