Running into a new one.
Trying to set up a couple of automated report emails. Can download with no issue, but when I set my fields up for the email report (myself as recipient, subject/body with quick descriptions), and try to test it with "Send Email Report", I get the following:
EMAIL REPORT FAILED Verify that the Email Recipients field is correct and the SMTP server is configured properly. SMTP Server Settings
Now, if I hit the link for "SMTP Server Settings IN THE ERROR MESSAGE ITSELF, and send a test message, it comes through perfectly, as do all other JAMF | Pro notifications.
Anyone seeing something similar for emailed reports? Just trying to automate a little more for my weekly change control reports.
Random Q, but for the two previous posters... are you running your server on a Windows install?
Saw this last night while upgrading to 10.12:
PI-006753 Jamf Pro servers hosted on Windows are unable to send email reports from advanced searches for computers and mobile devices.
Be really nice if that list got shorter, instead of just continuing to push updates with "new features". Features do me no good if they don't work, and aren't fixed.
Actually Jamf Pro Server using a bad file syntax for the Email Report´s CSV File on Windows machines!
[ERROR] [hread-11946] [ExportAssistantUtils ] - failed to send advanced search report 12 Computers in "ADVANCED COMPUTER SEARCH"
java.io.FileNotFoundException: C:Program FilesJSSTomcat emp12 Computers in "ADVANCED COMPUTER SEARCH".csv (bad syntax)!
They should replace those double quotes with single quotes or omit them!
Actually... I think I just found a workaround. If you put a special character(Such as '<' or '>') in the report title it seems to force JSS to wrap the filename properly.
So: "Checked In 120 Days" does not work
but: "Checked In > 120 Days" does work
@bradtchapman May be worth trying