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uCMDB Browser 2019.11 - Report Scheduler - How to do a "line break" in the email body ?

We are testing on our UAT environment the version 2019.11 of uCMDB product.

Bugs have been resolved thanksfully and we are now able to schedule report sending through the browser 🙂

 

But I have a request from on of our key users.
How can we do a "line break" for the "Email Content" in order to structured the email.

The line breaks disappear when email is sent (see the two screenshots below)

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Re: uCMDB Browser 2019.11 - Report Scheduler - How to do a "line break" in the email body

Hello

This is a SMTP client with limitations, let me suggest you a Template or to try the Chr(x) of end of line at the end.

 

  • CR = Carriage Return
  • LF = Line Feed

Also it is a good question for our Idea forum.

 

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Alan Alberto Rojas
uCMDB Engineer
allan-alberto.rojas.vargas @microfocus.com



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Re: uCMDB Browser 2019.11 - Report Scheduler - How to do a "line break" in the email body

I've tried both templates and chr method and they don't work. 

Is it too much to expect to have a new line interpreted properly in the mail body?  I am afraid that until we have a normal basic functionality like this, the CMS UI will look as a beta version of some product instead the future main interface to UCMDB.

Likes are appreciated!
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