Sorting and routing emails sent by Watchman Monitoring

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The following is a list of the subject line entries which are based on the Plugin Titles.

Headers

The emails sent by Watchman Monitoring will include the following headers, designed to allow more efficient routing of emails within your organization.

Demographic

There will be one of these per email

X-WM-WATCHMAN-ID - The unique ID of each monitored computer
X-WM-PLATFORM - mac, linux, or windows depending on the reported OS
X-WM-GROUP-SLUG - The unique slug of each Group, also reflected in URLs in the dashboard

Examples:

X-WM-GROUP-SLUG: my-best-customer
X-WM-WATCHMAN-ID: 20121210-AB12-NB3UG8
X-WM-PLATFORM: mac

Status based

X-WM-WARNING 
X-WM-CHANGE

The number of X-WM-WARNING headers will vary based on the content of the most recent report. For instance, a computer reporting problems with disk I/O errors and Time Machine being out of date will have two headers.

Examples:

   X-WM-CHANGE: Potential OS
   X-WM-WARNING: Time Machine

 

Alerts

For simplification of sorting, one-time Alerts will use both X-WM-WARNING and X-WM-ALERT in the header.

For example, when Time Machine has been not completed in 7 days (by default) a warning will be sent. If time machine is then disabled, an Alerts is signified. The resulting email will have both a lack of backup, as well as an alert that a critical event has occurred.

XM-WM-ALERT: Time Machine

Plugin Specific Subject Menu Items

Raid Systems

[Apple RAID Card]
[Disk Utility Raid]
[SoftRAID Overview]

Backup Systems

[Backblaze]
[BackupMinder]
[Carbon Copy Cloner]
[CrashPlan App]
[CrashPlan Server]
[Time Machine]
[Time Machine Exclusions]

Server Monitoring

[Beacon Reporter]
[Daylite Client]
[Daylite Server]
[Last Reboot]
[LightSpeed Pro]
[LightSpeed Expiration]
[Report Kerio Status]
[Specified Volumes]

Networking

[Local IP Address]
[Network Errors]

Performance

[Laptop Battery]
[Kernel Panics]
[POST Diagnostics]
[RAM Errors]
[Specified Applications]

Disk Drives

[Boot Volume Change]
[Disk IO Errors]
[False Mount]
[FileVault]
[Root Capacity]
[SMART Status]

Malware

[Malware Tests]

Demographic/Other

[JAMF Information]
[Monitoring Agent]


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