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How to fix the formatting of a scheduled report received via email?

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Hello,

I am receiving a schedule report via email from my dev environment and prod environment. Same report, but the email format is not the same coming from my prod env. The email from dev env has a nice format with the name of my Report ... whereas the one coming from my prod env shows the link.

It doesn't look nice and clean like the one coming from my dev. We are running 6.4.1 on both env.

Any thoughts on how to fix this?

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Re: How to fix the formatting of a scheduled report received via email?

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Check if the "Include" section is different for the alert in both environmennt (most probably it is). Go you SPlunk-> You app which contains your alert -> Alerts, open the alert and under Send email action, see what all checkboxes are selected for Include.
http://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/Splunk/6.5.0/Alert/Emailnotification#Configure_email_notificati...
(see step3- Include)

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Re: How to fix the formatting of a scheduled report received via email?

Explorer

Hi,

Thanks for the input. I'm sorry that i wasn't more clear, but my issue is with a scheduled search report. Would that still apply to that as well?

Thanks!

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Re: How to fix the formatting of a scheduled report received via email?

SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

Yup... just go to Reports, instead of Alerts... The email Action is same for both.

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Re: How to fix the formatting of a scheduled report received via email?

Explorer

Awesome, thanks for the help. We solved the issue.

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Re: How to fix the formatting of a scheduled report received via email?

Ultra Champion

Nice! Glad @somesoni2 was able to help! @a548506, since it sounds like this solved the problem, would you mark the answer as "accepted"?

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