3 years ago
#419 Quote
The short answer is no.

The longer answer is when an alarm rule is triggered for a particular sensor the alarm state for that sensor changes from "OFF" to "ON".  It is that change from "OFF" to "ON" that causes an email to be sent.  If the next reading also violates the alarm rule no email is sent since the alarm state for that sensor is already "ON".  The next event that will cause an alarm email to be sent is when the alarm state changes from "ON" to "OFF".  In short it is the change on alarm state between "OFF" and "ON" that results in an email.

UPDATE - We have added a "Critical" flag for both inactivity alarms and threshold alarms which, when checked, will cause repeated emails until the alarm condition is corrected.  Use this feature to ensure that critical alarms are not ignored.