Email Administration For System Administrators
If you are a System Administrator, you should be able to configure email administration in the central management console. In this article, you will learn how to create and edit emails and configure SMTP servers. You will also learn how to configure activity API calls. Using this information, System Administrators can create and edit emails and manage the central management console. Listed below are some of the most common email administration tasks. Read on for more information.
System Administrators can create and edit emails
System Administrators have access to all of the Control Center features, including creating new users, modifying user permissions, and assigning different accounts to different users. Although some organizations make everyone a system administrator, others limit access to specific job functions. If you're the system administrator, here's how you can get started. Creating an account is easy if you know what to do! It's also a good idea to have multiple System Administrators, as this will help you organize your accounts in a way that works best for your business.
The email address used for the System Administrator role is usually different from the account that is created for each user. It's important to note that the System Administrator role has additional responsibilities. For example, they can modify or delete the email address of any user that has administrative privileges. If a user wants to change the email address that a System Administrator has access to, they can do so. The other person in the system has the ability to edit emails and change their address.
They can configure SMTP servers
In Pexip Infinity, you can easily configure SMTP servers for bulk provisioning of device aliases and VMRs. After logging into Pexip Infinity, you can change and delete your SMTP servers. To configure an SMTP server, select the Add/Edit SMTP Server button. In the Add/Edit SMTP Server dialog box, enter the server's name, description, and port. Optionally, specify the server's credentials in the Advanced Settings tab.
Then, type the SMTP server's primary SMTP server's certificate. If the SMTP Auth Mode feature is enabled, you also need to specify the secondary SMTP server's port number. After that, enter the SMTP server's username and password. When the email is sent, the B Series Appliance will display the corresponding notification. If the email fails, try enabling the SMTP Auth Mode option in the B Series Appliance's Configuration dialog box.
The SMTP password is encrypted with a key that is specific to a single environment, so the password cannot be used once you migrate your database. Enter the password in the SMTP settings tab of the Email parameters page. In some cases, incorrect Send As permissions can cause this issue. If this is the case, you can also enable Send As permissions. This setting is used by the Looker application.
The SSL version is only relevant if the SMTP server supports secure connections. Select SSL or TLS to configure the settings. The default value for these settings is TLS. The SMTP server authentication certificate must be enabled. If a user is logged into the system using a different password, they will need to use the default certificate. The SSL version is recommended for secure connections. However, if you do not want to change the password, you can check this setting instead.
If you have configured an SMTP server for a SMTP account, you should enable outgoing mail. This feature enables users to receive notifications about issues or events in Jira. To configure an SMTP server, you must log in as a system administrator or as a user with global permissions. Once you have enabled outgoing mail, you can switch to Custom or configure a secure SMTP server.
They can manage central management console
To use the CMC Console to manage your BI environment, you must be an internal user of the system. This role is also known as Internal Admin, and can be granted as explained here. An internal user is defined as someone with a specific domain within your organization or law firm. You cannot grant the role of System Administrator to an external user. By default, the CMC Console will only display the System Administrator option to users that are members of the system's administrative role. However, you can assign this privilege to more than one user.