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   i have setup Nagios server and Nagios agent on my windows server, i can get the Service Status Details For my windows host as attachment, i would like ask Nagios to send this Service Status Details For all host to me email everyday, how can i do it?
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by:beardog1113
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please see an attachment i would like Nagios to send me this information everyday
Nagio-Services-status-details-for-all-ho
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this is not a feature that is built into nagios. You will have to create your own email template and setup a cron job to do a daily report. This link below explains the steps one person took to achieve this. There are numerous ways to do the same

http://community.spiceworks.com/how_to/show/24818-nagios-daily-status-update-email
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by:Mazdajai
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No not possible. You can setup nagios to be viewable on mobile device.

Instead of configure a summary email, perhaps setup threshold on the parameter that you are concern with?
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