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  1. I have both Windows and Mac installations, and I have recently updated a Windows site to v12.5, and a Mac site to 14.5. I see the emails from these systems is different now. The mac version produces "pretty" HTML formatted emails, including the new "backup report", which is very nice. The same option exists on Windows, but produces a mass of raw text that I have not yet deciphered. It may be a machine-readable report that imports nicely somewhere, but I don't know where. I assure you that it is not very "human readable". Is this expected? Am I missing some option somewhere that causes the emails to be "pretty" from Windows Retro v12.5? What is intended to be don with this "report"? Now I am generally NOT a fan of "pretty" email. I would much prefer plain text in 90% of the cases, but…. in this case the output from Windows is a little too opaque, even for me. Thanks for your help,
  2. Hello Dantz, We run Retrospect Single Server w/Unlimited Clients in our office. All of our backup clients are mobile, so with people moving around and disconnecting frequently, there are several incompleted backups throughout the day. We had to turn email alerting off, because we received alerts for each incomplete backup. I think that alerts about clients that have not been backed up in X days would be very helpful. Thanks.
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