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[?] random alert via mail
#1
HI

sceneario:

one of the group adresses formated as 1.005 is giving 'alert'

problem:

send goup adress(es) via mail.

question:

is there any posible fitler integrated apart form a huge script?

(Mailing part is solved)
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#2
Hi
Can you explain what filter do you want?
BR
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#3
The easiest way to send multiple group address values is to assign a tag.
This example will output one name = value pair per line for all objects with alert tag:
Code:
values = {}
objects = grp.tag('alert')
for _, obj in ipairs(objects) do
  value = string.format('%s = %s', tostring(obj.name), tostring(obj.value))
  values[ #values + 1 ] = value
end
result = table.concat(values, '\r\n')
log(result)
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#4
(24.06.2019, 08:24)admin Wrote: The easiest way to send multiple group address values is to assign a tag.
This example will output one name = value pair per line for all objects with alert tag:
Code:
values = {}
objects = grp.tag('alert')
for _, obj in ipairs(objects) do
 value = string.format('%s = %s', tostring(obj.name), tostring(obj.value))
 values[ #values + 1 ] = value
end
result = table.concat(values, '\r\n')
log(result)
THX!
its close to my target. I didnt want need to tagging before, but its fine.
My aim was to filter groups in format 1.005 set to 'true' to create a alert mail including all alerts in case of alarts only.
Best
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