|Title||mail: don't escape state markers in emails|
|Checkmk Edition||Checkmk Raw Edition (CRE)|
|Compatibility||Incompatible - Manual interaction might be required|
Since version 1.5.0p14 state markers in HTML emails were escaped and not interpreted as HTML but shown as text. The state marker for CRIT was e.g. shown as:
This werk restores the old behaviour and state markers are shown in HTML emails as usual.
If you use the macros HOSTOUTPUT_HTML, SERVICEOUTPUT_HTML, or LONGSERVICEOUTPUT_HTML in custom notification scripts please switch to the macros HOSTOUTPUT, SERVICEOUTPUT, and LONGSERVICEOUTPUT which contain the textual state markers '(!)' and '(!!)' for WARN and CRIT, respectively. The *_HTML variables will be deprecated in 1.6 and removed in 1.7. If you want to replace the textual state markers by HTML code you can use the utility function cmk.notification_plugins.utils.format_plugin_output.