Hexnode’s Email server configuration allows admin to configure an outgoing email server for sending email notifications to the end users.
For configuring Hexnode Email server
- Go to Admin tab > Email.
- Enter the following fields and security authentication as per requirement.
- After providing the necessary details, save the settings.
|Server Name||The host name of the outgoing mail server, such as smtp.example.com.|
|Port||Port number used by the outgoing mail server.|
|Sender Email||The email address from which mails are to be sent.|
|Enable TLS||Check this field if the outgoing mail server support TLS.|
|Enable SSL||Check this field if the mail server supports SSL.|
|Enable Authentication||Check this field if the email server requires authentication|
If Authentication is enabled,
User Name – Provide the full email address as user name.
Password – Enter the password of the email account to be configured.
Click on Test mail so that Admin can send a test email to the account to check whether the configuration is successfully completed or not.
|To email||The email address to which test mail is to be sent.|
|Subject||A subject is already provided by default. Can be altered if required.|
|Message||A message is already provided by default. Can be altered if required.|
Click on send to send the test email.
Reset Email Configurations
Reset option can be used to reset the email configured by the admin.
Sending Enrollment Mails
Once all the configurations are completed enrollment mails can be sent using the configured email server.
For configuring Hexnode gmail server
Given below are the configurations required to set up a Gmail server with Hexnode:
|Server name||The host name of the outgoing email server such as smtp.gmail.com|
|Sender Email||The email address from which mails are to be sent, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Enable TLS||Use port 587|
|Enable SSL||Use port 465|
Enable Authentication and enter the log-in details of the sender email, which is the User Name and Password.