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SCRIPT-EMAIL(8)		System Administration Commands	       SCRIPT-EMAIL(8)

NAME
       script-email - Amanda script to send email notifications

DESCRIPTION
       script-email is an Amanda script	implementing the Script	API. It	should
       not be run by users directly. It	sends a	notification email to the
       addresses specified in the MAILTO property.

PROPERTIES
       This section lists the properties that control script-email's
       functionality. See amanda-scripts(7) for	information on the Script API,
       script configuration.

       MAILTO

	   List	of email addresses that	will receive an	email on command
	   execution. It is a multi-valued property:
	     property "MAILTO" "amanda@domain.com" "sysadmin@domain.com" "amandauser@domain.com"

EXAMPLE
       In this example,	script-email is	scheduled to be	run before the DLE, on
       the server.  The	unqualified email address amanda will be passed	to the
       email system unchanged.	The script is then attached to a dumptype,
       which can then be specified for any DLEs	which require notification.
	define script-tool pre-email {
	  comment "email me before this	DLE is backed up"
	  plugin  "script-email"
	  execute-on pre-dle-backup
	  execute-where	server
	  property "mailto" "amanda"
	}

	define dumptype	user-tar-email {
	  user-tar
	  script "pre-email"
	}

SEE ALSO
       amanda(8), amanda.conf(5), amanda-client.conf(5), amanda-scripts(7)

       The Amanda Wiki:	: http://wiki.zmanda.com/

AUTHORS
       Jean-Louis Martineau <martineau@zmanda.com>
	   Zmanda, Inc.	(http://www.zmanda.com)

       Dustin J. Mitchell <dustin@zmanda.com>
	   Zmanda, Inc.	(http://www.zmanda.com)

Amanda 3.3.9			  02/09/2016		       SCRIPT-EMAIL(8)

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