MailTransmitter

Mail Transmitter is an MBean for transmitting e-mails. It is implemented using source from jakarta commons mail.

With the Mail Notification function you may receive alerts per mail about the status of your dyndns update client. A mail is generated in case the IP address could not be set or in case it changes.

To Enable Email Notification for FaceIp and DynDnsMonitor proceed as follows:

  1. Test your mail server settings: call the url http://127.0.0.1:8081/jmx.browser-1.2.0/ in your web browser and select the link: name=default,type=MailTransmitter
  2. Enter the necessary data such as host name, user name, password, etc.
  3. Invoke the test with the following parameter:
    • param1: the address to which the test mail should be sent (generally your mail address)

Check to see if the mail has been received. If not you may have to change the other mail parameters.

 

  1. Now that mail server parameters are correctly set: call the url http://127.0.0.1:8081/jmx.browser-1.2.0/ in your web browser and select the link of the zone for which a mail should be sent. Enter a mail address in EmailTo and click the update button
  2. For mail notification on changes to the Face Ip enter an E-mail address in the FaceIpMonitor

BounceAddress

Bounce Address. Separate multiple Addresses with ;

CharSet

Characterset for emails and addresses

Debug

If true logs debug information

From

From Address (Your mail address)

FromName

From Name (Your Name)

HostName

Name of SMTP server

MaxMailPerSession

Maximal number of mails that your smtp server accepts within one login session

PopBeforeSmtp

If true a login to the POP3 server is executed before transmission of emails.

PopHost

Name of POP3 host (for server requiring POP3 authentication

PopPassword

Password for POP3 login

PopUsername

User name for POP3 login

SmptPort

Port of SMTP Server. default: 25

SmtpUser

User name for SMTP server authentication

SmtpPassword

Password for SMTP server authentication

TimeoutBetweenConnec ts

Minimal time required by the SMTP server between subsequent login sessions.

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