To qualify as a notice of entry of judgment under Code of Civil Procedure section 664.5, the clerk’s mailed notice must affirmatively state that it was given ‘upon order by the court’ or ‘under section 664.5,’ and a certificate of mailing the notice must be executed and placed in the file.” (Van Beurden Ins. Services, Inc. v. Customized Worldwide Weather Ins. Agency, Inc. (1997) 15 Cal.4th 51, 64.) The clerk’s notice of entry of judgment in this case didn’t conform to these requirements. Its vague citation of section 664.5 along with other statutes in a corner of the form was insufficient. So the clerk’s notice did not start the time running for filing of post-trial motions.