I was wondering, has there been any interest in adding an emailing function to RDM?
More specifically, I'm trying to set up a session so when a user initiates a connection to a specific server, they are required to input a comment (explaining the purpose for connecting) and then that comment would be included in an email to the server's administrator (or anyone else), where the sending/receiving addresses are included in the session properties. If nothing is entered or the prompt closed, the connection is denied.
As it stands right now, I've managed the emailing piece via VBScript, but that's been a bit cumbersome. I noticed that I can force a prompt for comment during connecting (session properties >> Logs), which is awesome, but the comment is just added to the Logs and there aren't any global variables that tie back to it for scripting (that I've found).
The overall goal is to add just that little extra layer of transparency / "paper trail", sort of an instant notification of a connection, something that goes beyond the already enabled logging/auditing on either end of the session. I'm more than open to suggestions if there's another way of going about this!
On another note, RDM has made my life 100 times easier, so keep up the great work!
edited by email@example.com on 5/7/2015