Using Sendmail for email notifications on NNM 8.10(Solaris 10)

Posted on 2009-02-17
Last Modified: 2013-12-27
How can I use sendmail for email notifications on NNM 8.10...Where is the executable for MIB properties in NNM 8.10(Openview). My Operating system is Solaris 10
Question by:anthony
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    Expert Comment

    the question is not clear, to use sendmail to send messages you use

    sendmail -s "put sublect here username@domain < textfile


    Author Comment

    I have Openview loaded (NNM 8.10) and if any objects are down, I want to use sendmail to send email notifications to different managers...I would like to know the executable file I can use with sendmail..
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    Accepted Solution

    You can use sendmail directly, or you can use a mailer agent. Two mail agents are just "mail" and "mailx". But if you are just
    sendling mail from script or a configurable command line, then calling sendmall is probably safest.

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