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SonicWall - Turn off emailing alerts

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I have a sonicwall 3060 and I recently entered my email settings so it will send me the log. It works fine but it also sends me MANY MANY MANY separate emails saying ***Alert from SonicWall *** How can I turn off emailing alerts since they are in the log anyway and only have it send me the log?
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I assume you're running SonicOS Enhanced?
Go into Logs>Automation and take out the email address from the "send logs to" box. You can also go into Logs>Categories and increase the level for alerts, or un=tick some of the categories that alerts are generated for...
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Just realised that the text above should have read
... take out the email address from the "send ALERTS to" box ...

But I guess you figured that bit out :-)
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