16. Configuration » General Settings » Outgoing Email¶
Console sends notification emails using the settings from Configuration » General Settings » Outgoing Email:
● From Email – The address you would like to appear as the sender● From Name – The name as you would like it to appear as the sender● Mailer – Console supports several mailing systems:◦ PHP Mail – Use the PHP mail() function. To use it, you may have to configure a Mail Transfer Agent (Postfix, Qmail, Sendmail) on the Console server◦ SMTP – Use the integrated SMTP support to send emails directly, without using a local Mail Transfer Agent◦ Sendmail – Send emails using the sendmail command. To use it, you may have to configure a Mail Transfer Agent (Postfix, Qmail, Sendmail) on the Console server● SMTP Security – Security options:◦ None – No encryption◦ SSL – Enable SSL encryption◦ TLS – Enable TLS encryption● SMTP Host – Specify the SMTP server(s). You can include backup SMTP server(s) separated by the “;” character● SMTP Port – TCP port to connect to, usually 25 (insecure) or 587 (secured by SSL/TLS)● SMTP Login/Password – Credentials used for SNMP authentication. When the fields are empty, no authentication is performed● Email Tester – Send a test email to verify the settings
If you can send emails with the Email Tester, but you are not receiving emails sent via Response actions, check if there are errors when executing the command “php /opt/andrisoft/webroot/rep_reports.php” from CLI.