General Settings → Mail Services → Application Repository and Event Manager Mail Services → Configuring Application Repository and Event Manager Mail Services
This section describes configuration settings for the Application Repository and Event Manager mail services. For distributed installations, you configure these settings directly on the Event Manager and Application Repository servers. The SMTP settings apply to both the Event Manager and Application Repository. If these components are installed separately, update each server with the SMTP server information. You can change these settings any time after installation by running SBM Configurator in utility mode.
The SBM Event Manager can only receive events from a POP3-compliant mail server. To use this feature, you must set up a dedicated account on the POP3 server and establish an e-mail address that you want to use to accept the e-mailed event requests.
SBM can retrieve the ALF event from either a plain text body (single part e-mail message) or the last plain text part of a multi-part message. SBM does not process single part messages that contain only HTML. Some POP3 mail servers are able to convert single part HTML messages into multi-part messages that also contain plain text equivalent HTML. If you are using this type of POP3 mail server, you can send HTML-only messages as well.
To enable the Event Manager to process incoming e-mails, select the Use POP3 Mail Server for the Event Manager check box and enter the following information:
|Host||The network name of your POP3 e-mail server. The local host name appears by default; however, it is likely that your mail server resides on a different machine.|
|Port||The port used by the POP3 e-mail server. POP3 typically uses port 110.|
|Use SSL||Enable SSL to receive messages through a secure connection. The default SSL port is 995.|
|User name||The e-mail account name for the inbox that your POP3 server provides.|
|Password||Enter the password for the e-mail account.|
|Confirm Password||Enter the password again to confirm it.|
To enable the Event Manager and Application Repository to send e-mail notifications, select the Use SMTP Mail Server for the Event Manager and Application Repository check box, and then enter the following information:
|Host||Enter the SMTP server host name.|
|Port||Enter the SMTP server port number.|
|Notification "From" e-mail address||Enter the "From" address that appears for failure notification messages from the Event Manager.|
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