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  1. ninthwalker

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    Glad you got it mostly working. You are the first to say the grid/table was funky. I'll have to see if I can replicate the error. This was on the webpage correct? As the tooltip states, that setting is only for the web, the email is always table layout. grid doesn't look good in email. For your html suggestion, where would you want that field to show in the report? Like under the title but before the Movies section for like a special message or something? You can always edit the report file in the appdata directly and put whatever html/css or images or different formatting you want in it that was as well. That's the main way to fully customize how you want the report to look if you don't want the default out-of-box look. I have mine modified that way as well.
  2. ninthwalker

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    Can you provide other logs possibly when sending a report fails? There is the docker log you can get from unraid by clicking on the log icon on the docker settings page. Also the logs from within the app from the tools > Log Viewer menu. Also your smtp settings used? Make sure to replace any username/password/ip type info with redacted versions if you want. It's not liking some setting/configuration you have in there it seems. Thanks.
  3. ninthwalker

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    Great, glad it's all working for you.
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    Your install is def messed up and missing system files. See my explanation on github to re-install.
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    Disable the test cron, that's why no emails. The banner at the top is warning that it's on. It is an option under the Plex tab. As the tooltip for it states: For testing cron schedule. See Tools section for On-demand test. Enabling this will test both email and web reports using the email report cron time. Only the admin will be sent an email, users will NOT receive one. Disabling that should let the on-demand and test report functions and everything to work. Let me know after you do that. Try a test one first just so you get one and confirm that email settings are correct. then you can run an on-demand one to see if it goes to your users as expected.
  6. ninthwalker

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    What options have you selected on the email and report tabs? The on demand uses the current email/report settings. To have it email all users on your server you would want to select 'yes' on the email tab for the 'email plex users' option. Is that selected? Also to make sure on the 'report > report type' includes an email option. Also, check the logs, does it say anything else? Logs can be found in 'Tools > Log Viewer' as well as the docker log from the unRAID menu for the docker. For your second question, it will email all users all libraries whether they have access or not. If you want to exclude a library you can do so in the 'Plex > Libraries to Skip' box. So you could put your xxx or 4k section there for example to not have anything there sent out.
  7. ninthwalker

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    I replied to you on your github issue, we can talk about it there. Thanks
  8. ninthwalker

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    Glad you figured out the port part. The tool-tip for the Plex Server Field has details and examples. Let me know if you think I should word it differently. People all have different setups and proxy'ing they do, so tried to make it so it could work for anyone's setup even if the plex server is in a different location than this docker. Currently it states: Uses port 32400 if no 'http/s' protocol specified. ie: 192.168.1.20 http://plex.mydomain.com https://plex.mydomain.com:32400 https://mydomain.com:12345 Haven't had anyone yet tell me the log viewer buttons don't work. None of them do anything? Do you get an error or have an example of what it does when you click one of the buttons?
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    If your "crontab -u xyz - l" is showing ".. combinedreport -t .." that means it is in test mode. (the "-t" switch). So that is probably what is messing up your cron schedule. You probably at some point set the 'Test Cron Schedule' to 'Yes' on the Report tab. That tool-tip displays the following: For testing cron schedule. See Tools section for On-demand test. Enabling this will test both email and web reports using the email report cron time. Only the admin will be sent an email, users will NOT receive one. Try changing that setting to NO, then save, then check the docker crontab again and it should be showing your 2 entries you set in the GUI. Let me know. Thanks. PS: The "Please go to http://hostIP:hostPort/admin to configure settings" is just shown everytime the docker starts for people to know where to go to for the admin page.
  10. ninthwalker

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    No, time format is hard coded since I have to do a conversion on it. I don't have plans to make a separate conversion/24 hour option, sorry.
  11. ninthwalker

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    Thanks for the report. A couple others have reported some statistics not matching either. From what I've discovered, the Tautulli database structure can vary per user depending on a few factors. I'm looking into doing some extra validation for the stats for the next update so it will verify it's the correct one before reporting. Thanks.
  12. ninthwalker

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    @Chad Kunsman and @nerbonne Alright, so the internal cron looks like it set correctly to what you specified in the GUI so I don't see any issue there. Try this next. Go into the web gui. Set test cron schedule to 'yes' on the report tab. Select web & email for report type. The enter in cron times for the web and email. Make the cron's like 5 minutes apart and to go off in the next 30 min's. This should only send an email to your main plex account and also generate the website. Wait like 5 minutes after your last cron time to give the report time to run. Then show me your NowShowing and Docker logs. Also let me know what time you specified in your cron settings to cross-reference the log timestamps. The logs that you posted earlier didn't show me anything abnormal. Thanks.
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    Glad you got it figured out. Thanks for letting me know.
  14. ninthwalker

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    Just so I understand, when you go to http://hostIP:dockerPort/index.html it is still showing the default page that says it will be replaced when you run your first report? But when you click on the actual index.html file though it shows the correct page with recently added shows? If that is the case and the index.html file actually is good and shows your recently added in it, then it would seem to be a browser caching issue. Try clearing the browser cache, use a diff browser, ctrl*f5 to force refresh, or try incognito and let me know if that shows the page you are expecting. Thanks. Edit: if the index.html page is not updating at all, then make sure you have web report checked or select that option in the test report tool page. If still not, then show me the last NowShowing log and Docker log for it.
  15. ninthwalker

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    If it can’t find the crontab command then something is def wrong with the install. Try testing for the crontab command again to double check. If it’s still not finding it, I would remove the image and reinstall fresh. You can point it to the same volume mapping to retain settings. Try first just docker Execing so we make sure you are in the container. Then just run crontab to see if that command returns anything. Thanks. docker exec -it NowShowingv2 sh then crontab

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