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72:email_notification [2018/07/17 12:08]
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72:email_notification [2020/10/21 13:01]
Thomas Weinlein [E-mail Notifications]
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 The Stages e-mail notification service informs Stages users about new news application entries and the assignment of new roles. Also Stages can schedule certain tasks such as the creation of a process version, if a notification server has been configured. The task will then be queued and the user will be informed once it is finished. The Stages e-mail notification service informs Stages users about new news application entries and the assignment of new roles. Also Stages can schedule certain tasks such as the creation of a process version, if a notification server has been configured. The task will then be queued and the user will be informed once it is finished.
  
-Before using this notification service, a few configuration parameters must be set in the ''<​font inherit/​Courier New,​Courier,​monospace;;​inherit;;​inherit><​PKITHOME>/WEBINF/conf/PKitConfig.xml</​font>'' ​ configuration file.+Before using this notification service, a few configuration parameters must be set in the ''<​font inherit/​Courier New,​Courier,​monospace;;​inherit;;​inherit><​STAGESHOME>/conf/config.xml</​font>'' ​ configuration file.
  
 Example: Example:
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 <​code>​ <​code>​
 <​notification>​ <​notification>​
- <​!-- ​url of Stages server --> + <​!-- ​URL of Stages server -->
  <​serverurl>​http://​stages.example.com:​8080</​serverurl>​  <​serverurl>​http://​stages.example.com:​8080</​serverurl>​
- <​!-- name of SMTP server where e-mail can be delivered --> 
  
 + <​!-- hostname of SMTP server where e-mail can be delivered -->
  <​mailserver>​mail.example.com</​mailserver>​  <​mailserver>​mail.example.com</​mailserver>​
 +
  <​!-- address that should be used as the "​Reply-To:"​ header -->  <​!-- address that should be used as the "​Reply-To:"​ header -->
- <​replyto>​stages-support@methodpark.de</​replyto>​+ <​replyto>​noreply@yourdomain.com</​replyto>​ 
  <​!--address that should be used as the "​From:"​ header -->  <​!--address that should be used as the "​From:"​ header -->
- <​sender>​Stages Notification Service <stagessupport@methodpark.de></​sender>​+ <​sender>​Stages Notification Service <noreply@yourdomain.com></​sender>​ 
  <​!-- interval for "​ASAP"​ notifications in minutes -->  <​!-- interval for "​ASAP"​ notifications in minutes -->
  <​minimumInterval>​120</​minimumInterval>​  <​minimumInterval>​120</​minimumInterval>​
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 </​notification>​ </​notification>​
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
 +
 +To use encrytped communication with the mail server via STARTTLS please proceed as follows:
 +
 +  * Windows:
 +      * Open file "<​Stages installation path>​\stages\config.bat"​
 +      * Add the red colored setting to the line: //set JAVA_OPTS=<​font inherit/​inherit;;#​e74c3c;;​inherit>​-Dmail.smtp.port=587 -Dmail.smtp.starttls.enable=true</​font>//​
 +      * Open a cmd with administrative permissions and navigate to folder "<​Stages installation path>​\stages\bin"​
 +      * Reinstall the Stages service: **reinstallService.bat**
 +      * Restart Stages service: **net start stages**
 +  * Linux:
 +      * Open file "<​Stages installation path>/​stages/​bin/​rc.conf"​
 +      * Add the red colored seeting to the line: //​CONF_JAVA_OPTS=<​font inherit/​inherit;;#​e74c3c;;​inherit>​-Dmail.smtp.port=587 -Dmail.smtp.starttls.enable=true</​font>//​
 +      * Restart the Stages service:** stages restart**