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Schedule properties

The schedule must be one of two forms (the detailed description you can find below):

 

 

Recurring every (number) hours/days/weeks/etc.

Use the clause for actions which are to be repeated at a regular interval.

 

Starts

Set the first time of the event executing.

 

Ends

Specify the last time for the event executing.

 

 

Starts once at

Use the clause for a one-time event.

 

The Delay (number) hours/days/weeks/etc. option 'off' specifies that the event executes one time only at the date and time. Check this option to create an event which occurs at some point in the future relative to the current date and time — such as that expressed by the phrase "three weeks from now".



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