You can do this by configuring an Automated Action to send an email when a config change syslog message is sent from a device. To configure this, go to RME > Tools > Syslog > Automated Actions. The syslog filter strings you want to use to capture config changes for all devices are:
From the screen I mentioned previously, click the Create button to create a new Automated Action. Keep the All Managed Devices radio button selected, then click the Add button and type in the facility, sub-facility, severity, and mnemonics from the list of message filters I specified. The format is:
The syslog message will contain the device name and who made the change (provided the device is using AAA), but it will not contain the actual config change. There are other syslog messages that can be enabled on the device that will show this. If your device supports it, you can enable config change logging (IOS devices only):
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