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Command in sm.ini to start emailout.startup

I have to go into System Status to restart email (Start Scheduler > emailout.startup) every time we bounce the system

There must be a command to put into the sm.ini or sm.cfg to get it to startup automatically.

What is that command?

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Hello,

I am not aware of such command. If you have not separated service for emails then probably you will have to restart whole service of HP SM to start it again. Or you can set separate service for email. There must be a document on how wot do that.

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Hi Greg,

SM background schedulers are started through "info", menu System Administration/Ongoing Maintenance/System/Startup Information.

Michal

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I made these screenshots from the location you mentioned: Ongoing > System > Startup.

Alert is started automatically, so I included that screen shot, but emailout does not.

Should I set up emailout like alert to get it to start automatically?

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IMHO yes.

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