The fact that you have not received any emails is good as emails are only sent for Critical Alarms. Have a look;
Alarm Email Notification
WCS includes a built-in email notification function that can notify network operators when critical alarms occur. Refer to the WCS Monitor > All Alarms > Email Notification page to view the current alarm notification settings.
Use Monitor/Alarms, then from Select a command drop-down list select Email Notification, then click GO to access this page.
This page allows you to view the alarm categories with Critical Alarm email notification enabled and disabled, the current From and To email addresses, and the current SMTP server. This page also allows you to enable and disable email notification for any or all of the Alarm Categories, and allows you to access an Alarm Category email notification setup page.
For every category except Coverage Holes, the alarm severity must be critical to trigger the email. Email notification is available only for Alarms, not for events.
Note: Non-critical alarms do not generate email notifications.
A WCS administrator currently has no control over which events generate alarms, when they time out, or what severity they are. On the controller, individual types of events can be enabled or disabled (such as management, SNMP, trap controls, etc.).
many thanks for your speedy reply. i understand that i will only receive email on certain levels of alarms, i should of explained myself better, sorry.
I have two WLS?s of which i have been failing over, i have also been dissconecting AP?s and failing the authentication process. But still no emails.
I have now contacted our Windows team to make sure that all services that are required on the Win2003 box are running.
Do you know if the failure in sending email is reported in any log anywhere?
Also so you know if any email address or online list at Cisco, that is a WBN (would be nice) feature list, for the WLC or wireless devices so that functionality or features may be suggested to the development team.
Once again many thanks for taking time to reply to my question,
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