Adapter that sends email messages via SMTP.
parameter SETTINGS = "SMTPServer:Basic,SMTPPort:Basic,Credentials:Basic:credentialsSelector,SSLConfig:Connection:sslConfigSelector,SSLCheckServerIdentity:Connection,Recipient,Cc,Bcc,From,ContinueAfterBadSend";
List of properties can be set as settings in the configuration file
format is a comma separated list of property names
The email address(es) of a recipient or a comma and/or semicolon separated list of recipients that will be added to the Bcc: list of each mail message sent.
The email address(es) of a recipient or a comma and/or semicolon separated list of recipients that will be added to the Cc: list of each mail message sent.
as %Boolean [ InitialExpression = 1 ];
If true, sending the email will continue if a send fails and failed email
addresses will be logged in the event log. The default is true.
This is the ID name of the set of credentials values to be used to access the server
The default From: address to put in sent mail messages. May be overridden by the Operation implementation code.
The email address(es) of a recipient or a comma and/or semicolon separated list of recipients that will be added to the To: list of each mail message sent.
The IP Port on the SMTP server to send mail to. If left blank, the adapter will use port 25 for plain text and port 465 for SSL/TLS.
The IP address of the SMTP server to send mail to. (Note: the timeouts for connecting and sending mail can be more than 10 minutes).
as %Boolean [ InitialExpression = 0 ];
When using email with Secure Socket Layer / Transport Layer Security, check the server identity in the certificate matches the name of the system we are connecting to.
This defaults to being OFF but it is recommended to enable.
If enabled it matches based on the rules layed out in section 3.1 of RFC 2818.
To use email with Secure Socket Layer / Transport Layer Security,
the SSLConfig field must contain the name of
an existing SSL/TLS Configuration of the Client type. You can create one using the
System Management Portal [Security Management] > [SSL/TLS Configurations] page.
If your SSL Configuration requires you to supply a password for the local private key file, specify it in
the Private key password property of the SSL/TLS Configuration.
When you specify a value in the SSLConfig field, the normal case is that
outbound email will open a socket on default port 465 and use SMTP over TLS/SSL.
The SSLConfig field also supports the special case when you want the server interaction
to begin on a normal TCP socket and then switch to SSL/TLS on the same port as the
normal socket. (RFC3207 provides the details.) In this case the default port is 25 for SMTP.
To use this convention, append '*' to your entry in the SSLConfig field;