[Koha] Message Queue always empty
joao.andre.morais at hotmail.com
Tue Sep 23 20:29:59 NZST 2014
Hi. Thanks for your response.
So, i don’t know if that’s the case with the checkout notices too but after i checkout a book, the message_queue table remains empty…
Perhaps, now all messages are sent directly.
Is there a log of some sort i can check, to see if mails are being sent correctly?
Also, about the cron jobs, overdue notices and advance notices are not set up by default right?
In my cron jobs i only see the message process job and zebra indexing job.
De: Katrin Fischer-2 [via Koha]
Enviada: domingo, 21 de setembro de 2014 13:43
Para: João André Morais
the registration message is a bit difficult as it can contain a password
and is send directly and not via the message_queue. Better for testing
is a checkout or checkin notice, as those are generated without
using a cronjob and should show up directly in the message_queue table.
Also, make sure that your cronjobs are set up correctly (especially
overdue_notices and advance_notices).
Hope this helps,
Am 21.09.2014 um 11:29 schrieb andit:
> Hi everyone.
> I have been trying to setup email notices in Koha 3.14 and now 3.16.
> But the table message_queue never gets any records it's always empty.
> For a more immediate test, i have been creating new patrons, to see if i get
> the message on registration (the system preferences option is enabled)
> but nothing.
> Any ideas?
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