You need to specify a password for the account that you've entered in order to connect to the SMTP server. For example, if you enter email@example.com then VEB will attempt to connect to gmail SMTP server under username credentials using the password form the second field.The first field of the setup is the recipient, ok, why the second field ask for a password ?
Correct. Those settings are needed only in case you want to specify custom SMTP settings.There is another filed at the bottom, under SMTP server IP or DNS name, is that the filed for user name related to the upper password field ?
That's correct - the account that is used to connect to SMTP is used to send a notification to the very same username that you've specified in the upper field.It is like i had to give the recipient password this mean that recipient send a mail to himself, not from someone like a service mailbox for example.
SMTP server in SMTP settings should belong to the same domain as the destination
If you want to send a notification to your business mailbox via gmail smtp server then it won't work. As a workaround you can set up the notification to be sent to your google account via google smtp and setup redirection to your business mailbox.Does that mean notification will not work for me?
The problem is, that with a google apps mailserver you basically login at gmail, but you HAVE to use it with the @ and the domain!
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