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Secure Copy 7.5 - User Guide

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Sending email notifications

You can send an email notification when either a job has completed or has not completed by a specified date and time.

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Click Jobs, and expand the job.
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Click Email.
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Select Send email notification.

When job completes

Select to send an email to the specified recipients when the copy job completes successfully.

If job has not completed by

Select to send an email to the specified recipients only if the copy job has not completed by the date and time specified. To change the date and time, click an item in the box, and then use the arrow keys to change the value.

If job is not completed within hh:mm:ss

Select to send an email to the specified recipients only if the copy job has not completed within the time period specified. To change the time period, click an item in the box, and then use the arrow keys to change the value.

If job fails

Select to send an email to the specified recipients if the job fails.

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To add recipients, click Add, type the name of the recipient, and click OK. Repeat for each recipient.
Click Email Settings. See Setting SMTP settings.

NOTE: The SMTP settings override those set using Tools | New Job Options | SMTP Settings.
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Select Attach job reports.
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Click Select Reports.
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Click OK. The number of reports you select displays on the Email tab.

Running copy jobs

Starting a copy job

Once you have set up all the copy options, you can test and then run the copy job. Once the job has run, you can view statistics and run reports on the results. You also can schedule copy jobs to run at preset times.

NOTE: Before running a job, click Test on the Tool Bar to test the job to see if any errors are generated. Alternatively, click Test this job on the Job Summary page, choose File | Test, or right-click a job in the Jobs list, and then choose Test from the shortcut menu. No files are copied during the test.
NOTE: To maximize the performance of Secure Copy, you can set various options on the Performance page to increase the number of copy threads used. See Maximizing copy performance.
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Click Jobs.
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Click Run.
Click Run this job now on the Job Summary page, select File | Run, or right-click a job in the Jobs list, and then choose Run from the shortcut menu.

NOTE: If you made any changes to the copy options, you are prompted to save the file before continuing.
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If Close this window automatically when no errors occur is selected, the window closes if the job is successful; otherwise, click Close.

NOTE: Once you select this option, the job progress window does not display again. If you want the window to display again, choose Tools | New Job Options | Performance Settings to reset the selection. See Setting default performance settings.

Restarting a copy job

If power is lost during a copy job, Secure Copy does not remember the last file it copied. You need to restart the job once power is restored. If the job is scheduled to run each night, the job will run at the next scheduled time.

If the copy job stops, you can restart the job without recopying the files already copied.

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Click Jobs, and expand the job.
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Click Synchronization.
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Select Copy Only Changed Source Files to Target.
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Click Run to start the job again.
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