Step 4: Configuring Notification Settings Parent topic


  1. Click Next.
    The Notification Settings screen appears.
  2. Under Email Settings, configure the following:
    • Recipient: Specify the recipient email addresses.
    • Sender's email address: Specify the email address to appear as the sender.
    • SMTP server address: Specify the Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) or the IP address of the SMTP server that delivers email on the network.
    • SMTP server port: Specify the port number that IMSVA uses to connect to the SMTP server.
    • Preferred charset: IMSVA will use this setting to encode the notification messages.
    • Message header: Specify the text to appear at the top of the notification.
    • Message footer: Specify the text to appear at the bottom of the notification.
  3. Under SNMP Trap, configure the following:
    SNMP Trap is the notification message sent to the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) server when events that require administrative attention occur.
    • Server name: Specify the FQDN or IP address of the SNMP server.
    • Community: Specify the SNMP server community name.
    Community is the group that computers and management stations running SNMP belong to. To send the alert message to all SNMP management stations, specify 'public' as the community name. For more information, refer to the SNMP documentation.