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This option defines how AnyFilebackup behaves when an error occurs.
An 'error' is generally any misbehaviour in task performance. This may be, for example, a failure to copy a file because a Target folder was inaccessible, or lack of disk space in Target, or failure to restart or hibernate a computer after backup completion, or interruption of connection to FTP server.
This option defines how AnyFileBackup will inform about any errors occurred in a course of task execution. The following options are available:
Select a name or multiple names of pre-configured Recipient List(s) by checking appropriate items. If there is none, or you need to create a new one, access Recipient List account properties as described below.
Click the 'Configure' button to access the Recipient List manager where you can create and configure your recipient lists. Detailed information about this can be found here.
Select a name of a pre-configured E-mail server account from the drop down list. If there is none, or you need to create a new one, access E-mail account properties as described below.
Click the 'Configure' button to access the Outgoing E-mail Accounts manager where you can create and configure your e-mail accounts. Detailed information about this can be found here.
This group of settings defines the default error handling rules for all tasks. These settings may be overridden by Error Handling rules set for a particular task in Activation section of Task Properties.
Before AnyFileBackup proceeds according to 'On error' rules set in Error Handling rules for a particular task in Activation section of Task Properties, it may attempt to perform an action or a step, which caused error, again. This option defines a number of attempts to perform this faulty action / step. If the last attempt is unsuccessful, AnyFileBackup will proceed according to 'On error' rules.
This option defines an interval (in minutes) between attempts to perform a faulty action / step. While waiting, task will not proceed but wait for the next attempt to perform such faulty action / step.
This options defines how computer hard disk drive (HDD) is used by AnyFileBackup when other applications and processes also need to access the HDD beyond usual usage. The lower the performance index value is, the more priority will given to other applications and process for accessing the HDD. The higher the performance index value is, the more priority will be given to AnyFileBackup.
If enabled, a tray notification will be displayed every time when error occurs. AnyFileBackup GUI (graphic user interface) must be running to display tray notifications.
Press the 'Start' button to direct AnyFileBackup to immediately launch this action. This will verify whether all above settings were entered correctly; all errors, if any, will be displayed in a log window.
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