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    jefft@iri.columbia.edu is offline Senior Member
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    Default [SOLVED] Question regarding zimbraBackupReportRecipients

    I have set my zimbraBackupReportRecipients to several accounts:

    zmprov ms domain zimbraBackupReportEmailRecipients xxx1@domain,xxx2@domain,xxx3@domain

    when backup runs, the log file shows the following errors:

    2007-12-14 12:18:15,238 WARN [http-7071-Processor50] [name=admin@domain;ip=111.111.111.60;ua=ZimbraWebCl ient - CAM (Mac)/undefined;] backup - Ignoring invalid notification recipient address "xxx1@domain,xxx2@domain,xxx3@domain"

    2007-12-14 12:18:15,238 WARN [http-7071-Processor50] [name=admin@domain;ip=111.111.111.60;ua=ZimbraWebCl ient - CAM (Mac)/undefined;] backup - Skipping email notification because no valid recipient address was found

    Can you actually have more than one recipient? the name implies you can.
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    It should be multi-valued, & zimbraBackupReportEmailSender should be single-valued.
    Try:
    zmprov ms server.domain.com zimbraBackupReportEmailRecipients xx1@domain.com
    zmprov ms server.domain.com +zimbraBackupReportRecipients xxx2@domain.com

    Globally it's mcf (below) but it seems that you've already set it on the server level once.
    zmprov mcf zimbraBackupReportRecipients xxx1@domain.com
    zmprov mcf +zimbraBackupReportRecipients xxx2@domain.com
    Last edited by mmorse; 12-14-2007 at 05:53 PM.

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    What I did for our daily report is to create a distribution list in Zimbra and added everyone I wanted to get the report and set Zimbra to send it to that address. That way if I wanted to change it, I just have to change that list and not go back into the terminal and use the commands.

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    Thanks to both of you for your replies. The +zimbraBackupReportRecipients was the answer I wanted, but the distribution list is also a good idea that seems like a better solution.

    Are there any other message queues that this solution might be used for?
    Jeffrey Turmelle
    International Research Institute for Climate and Society
    Earth Institute at Columbia University


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