Hi All, I set up an email alert to let me know when any machine on my network has over 90% disk space used. Everything seems to work great except the only information that gets put in the email is the name, description, MAC, and IP for each computer returned by the query. I am wondering if there is a way to modify the information that gets returned in the email. I know that on the HD side this can be done by using $column_name in the email body, but this didn't seem to work in this case. Does anyone have any suggestions?

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You'll need to mofify the SQL to return the specific fields your looking for. After that they'll show in the email.

Answered 04/26/2012 by: dchristian
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Thanks, but I cannot get this to work. I updated the SQL statement and it returns what I am looking for, but the same information is included in the email alert regardless of what is returned from the SQL statement. I never even had computer name, description, MAC, or IP anywhere in my query to begin with so I am assuming that the template for an email alert is hardcoded somewhere.

Answered 04/26/2012 by: horstj
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