Send Backup email

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Example 1

/system backup save name=[/system identity get name]

delay 5

/tool e-mail send subject=([/system identity get name]. " Backup") from=([/system identity get name]. "@68519viernheim.de") to="backup@68519viernheim.de" body=("SW-ID:" . [/system license get "software-id"]. "\ngueltig bis:" . [/system license get "upgradable-until"] . "\nfeatures: " . [/system license get "features"] . " \nlevel:" . [/system license get "level"]) file=([/system identity get name]. ".backup")

you have to wait a short time course the file must be create before send :=()


--Rainer Wieland 17:19, 23 Nov 2005 (EET)

Example 2

add name="backup_mail" source="system backup save name=email
\n/tool e-mail send \
to=\"me@mydomaint.abc\" from=\"someone@somewhere.abc\" server=\"213.157.170.43\" subject=\(\[/system \
identity get name\] . \" \" . \[/system clock get time\] . \" \" . \[/system clock get date\] . \" \
Backup\"\) file=email.backup" policy=ftp,reboot,read,write,policy,test

These scripts are of course used with schedulers, example:

/ system scheduler
add name="sched_start_dc1" on-event=start_dc1 start-date=sep/21/2005 start-time=23:00:00 interval=1d \
comment="" disabled=no
add name="sched_backup_mail" on-event=backup_mail start-date=sep/23/2005 start-time=07:30:00 interval=7d \
comment="" disabled=no
add name="sched_stop_dc1" on-event=stop_dc1 start-date=sep/22/2005 start-time=07:00:00 interval=1d comment="" \
disabled=no