In Release you can configure SMTP server that is used to send notifications to users of the system by email.
In Release, go to Settings > SMTP server from the top menu.
Note:The SMTP server page is only available to the users who have the Admin access to global permission.
- In the Host field, enter the specify internet address of the email server.
In the Port field, enter the port value of the server.
Note: Consult to your system administrator on the values to use.
- You can use TLS checkbox to secure the connection.
In the From Address field, enter the sender address that is used in the emails.
Note: some mail servers will ignore this setting and set the authenticated user as the sender of the emails.
- Select an Authentication Method from the drop-down to access the server
- Username and Password
- No authentication
- If using the Username and Password Method, in the Username and Password fields, specify the login username and password of the SMTP server.
If using the OAuth2.0 authentication method,
- In the Access Token URL field, enter the endpoint of the server.
- In the Client ID field, enter the client identifier issued to the client during the application registration process.
- In the Client Secret field, enter the client secret issued to the client during the application registration process.
- In Refresh Token field, enter the new access token.
- If using the No authentication in Authentication Method, you can configure the SMTP server without authentication.
- Click Send test notification to send a test email to the email addresses specified in the Test Address field. To send the test email to multiple email addresses, specify the test addresses separated by commas. If the specified information is correct, an email is sent confirming the test connection was successful.
- Click Save to apply your changes.