NAME RT::Action::NotifyGroup - RT Action that sends notifications to groups and/or users DESCRIPTION RT action module that allow you to notify particular groups and/or users. Distribution is shipped with "rt-notify-group-admin" script that is command line tool for managing NotifyGroup scrip actions. For more more info see its documentation. INSTALL perl Makefile.PL make make install NAME rt-notify-group-admin - Command line tool for administrating NotifyGroup actions SYNOPSIS rt-notify-group-admin --list rt-notify-group-admin --create 'Notify foo team' --group Foo rt-notify-group-admin --create 'Notify foo team as comment' --comment --group Foo rt-notify-group-admin --create 'Notify group Foo and Bar' --group Foo --group Bar rt-notify-group-admin --create 'Notify user email@example.com' --user firstname.lastname@example.org rt-notify-group-admin --create 'Notify VIPs' --user email@example.com rt-notify-group-admin --add 'Notify VIPs' --user firstname.lastname@example.org --group vip1 --user email@example.com rt-notify-group-admin --rename 'Notify VIPs' --newname 'Inform VIPs' rt-notify-group-admin --switch 'Notify VIPs' rt-notify-group-admin --delete 'Notify user firstname.lastname@example.org' DESCRIPTION rt-notify-group-admin USAGE rt-notify-group-admin --COMMAND ARGS COMMANDS list Lists actions and its descriptions. create NAME [--comment] [--group GNAME] [--user UNAME] Creates new action with NAME and adds users and/or groups to its recipient list. Would be notify as comment if --comment specified. add NAME [--group GNAME] [--user UNAME] Adds groups and/or users to recipients of the action NAME. delete NAME Deletes action NAME if scrips doesn't use it. switch NAME Switch action NAME from notify as correspondence to comment and back. rename NAME --newname NEWNAME Renames action NAME to NEWNAME. NOTES If command has option --group or --user then you can use it more then once, if other is not specified. AUTHOR Ruslan U. Zakirov email@example.com COPYRIGHT This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included with perl distribution.