The eiConsole Email (SMTP) Transport will allow you to send data via SMTP. To configure an Email (SMTP) Transport, select Email (SMTP) from the Transport Type drop down.
On the Basic configuration tab, fill in the Server configuration item with the name or IP address of the SMTP server that you wish to connect to. In the From configuration item, specify the email address, who the email should appear from. This should typically be the same address that you will be using to connect to the SMTP server. Optionally, the Reply To address on the outbound email message may be specified. The To configuration item will be used to specify the Target address or the email address to which the message should be sent. The optional Subject configuration item allows you to specify the subject line of the email.
On the Credentials tab, you can specify the User name and Password that may be required to send the message via SMTP. This is only required for those SMTP servers that require authentication.
On the Advanced tab you can specify the port of the SMTP server. It is defaulted to the SMTP default of 25. The Put data in configuration item can also be configured to specify whether the data should be in the email body or as a separate attachment. In either case, the MIME type may be specified. Typical entries here are text/plain, text/html or text/xml. Also you can enable SSL protocol and Start TLS session properties.
When the data is to be placed in an attachment, you can also specify the name of that attachment.
On the Security tab you can specify:
Encrypt Message: Encrypt message or not.
Find Certificate By Email: Find Certificate By Domain name of the recipient’s email.
Public S/MIME Certificate: Public S/MIME Certificate for encryption. Note that network paths are not evaluated in the eiConsole.
Sign Message: Sign message or not.
Private Keystore (.p12) file: Path to keystore with .p12 certificate. Note that network paths are not evaluated in the eiConsole.
Private Key Name: Private Key Name.
Password for Private Key: Password for Private Key.