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Remote Scheduling (RS) clashes/conflicts email not arriving

Discussion in 'HD/HDR-FOX T2 Customised Firmware' started by rlpratt, Feb 24, 2012.

  1. rlpratt

    rlpratt New Member

    Hi - I don't seem to be getting the conflicts email from rs and suspect I have not yet set it up correctly. I've entered my email address in rs and set the Upcoming Conflict Warning Emails to 'ON' and added @hummypkg.org.uk to my safe senders list. I have set up an intentional clash (and one occurred 'naturally') but have not received any warning emails. Do I need to to change the email setting in webif? I have tried with both the default mail entry and the mail server for my registered domain name.

    Firmware 2.00
    webif 0.9.3-4
    rs 0.4.4-1

    I have also searched the forum and wiki for conflicts/clashes with no luck.

    Grateful for any advice Thanks

  2. af123

    af123 Administrator Staff Member

    The conflict emails are only sent once a day at 7:15 but I've sent them again in case you didn't have it set up then.. I'll check the mail logs to see if it went.
  3. af123

    af123 Administrator Staff Member

    If your email address is the one I'm guessing it is then the one I just sent was delivered successfully.

    If you don't get it, PM me your email address and I can investigate.
  4. rlpratt

    rlpratt New Member

    Many thanks - I have started a conversation giving the mail address used in rs
  5. rlpratt

    rlpratt New Member

    I've set up 3 recordings for tomorrow (24th) around 9 am. Showing up nicely in pink
  6. rlpratt

    rlpratt New Member

    Email received this morning. I had not realised that the emails were only sent out one a day at 7:15, so the conflicts I had previously set up would have resolved themselves by then - hence no email.

    Thanks again for your help with this.
  7. af123

    af123 Administrator Staff Member

    No problem. The conflict checking will usually pick up conflicts as they drop into the schedule a few days in advance (e.g. next week's episode has moved) so once a day should suffice.