2009-05-08 08:45 AM
Does DFM use the local MTA installed on the system to transport mail? I find that it is not the case, as my Postfix relayhost is correctly configured, however DFM says this:
May 08 10:34:04 [dfmeventd:ERROR]: alarm 2, event 4821: failed to deliver email alert firstname.lastname@example.org
How can I set a relayhost for DFM?
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2009-05-08 09:20 AM
I'm pretty sure you just put the mail host within the standard setup options of DFM. For a local relay it depends whether it'll respond to "localhost" or if you need to use the FQDN of the localhost.
2009-05-08 12:38 PM
I was able to set the option (thank you) but now it looks like DFM does not set a "from" envelope header:
May 8 14:27:02 pandora postfix/smtpd: 27A493F6E: client=xxx
May 8 14:27:02 pandora postfix/cleanup: 27A493F6E: message-id=<xxxx>
May 8 14:27:02 pandora postfix/qmgr: 27A493F6E: from=<>, size=1371, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
May 8 14:27:02 pandora postfix/smtp: 27A493F6E: to=<xxxxx>, relay=xxxxx, delay=0, status=bounced (host xxxxx] said: 571 Domain does not accept delivery report messages (in reply to RCPT TO command))
Is there any way to populate this FROM header?
2009-05-08 12:56 PM
Within OM, you can set FROM in the GUI.
Setup -> Events and Alerts -> "From field in email and page alerts" You can also set the mail server here.
Storage Architect, NCDA
2009-05-08 01:38 PM
By default, DataFabric Manager uses the local system name in the email from address and web links present in alert e-mail messages sent.To change it use
the following command.
$ dfm option set localHostName=<name>
2009-05-08 01:44 PM
which version of dfm are you talking about?
There is no such GUI page as you mention from 3.4.1 till 3.7.1 AFAIK.
I think you are meaning the Alarms page under setup ?
Still they dont have the options to change the from address of email.
2012-01-18 04:15 PM
My relay was configured correctly but would not work until I set the localhostname using your commands above.
- It was previously blank
C:\Users\admin.c>dfm option set localhostname=NetappDFMServer
Note: "NetappDFMServer" is an arbitrary name that is not used anywhere.
Cheers, have a great day