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Dear Experts,
Is there a way in MySQL to set up email notifications every time a record is added to a table?
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That appears to be available only in the Enterprise version, not the more common community version.  http://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql-monitor/2.3/en/mem-notification-groups.html
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Thanks for your the infor
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You're welcome.
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