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  • General description and usage details of the Mail Message Service

Documentation for Intellect 4.9.8. Documentation for other versions of Intellect is available too.

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The Mail Message Service (E-Mail) is used for sending e-mail messages about the alarm events registered by Intellect software, to remote system users. Sending e-mail messages is triggered automatically upon registration of any of the events set in the macro.

To be able to send e-mail messages, the computer should be connected to the internet via a local area network or remote TCP/IP connection.

The e-mail messages are sent by the Mail Message Service. To send e-mail messages in Intellect, you should first register a mailbox in the Mail Message Service.


 When registering your mailbox in the Mail Message Service, note the following:

  1. Intellect’s Mail Message Service does not support SMTP servers with Secure Password Authorization (SPA).
  2. Intellect’s Mail Message Service supports only the following authorization algorithms on SMTP servers:  LOGIN, CRAM-MD5, PLAIN.
  3. By default the Mail Message Service uses TLS encoding. If SMTP Server does not use TLS, then set the 0 value for the UseTls registry key (see Registry keys reference guide).
  4. For proper operation of Mail Message Service two-factor authentication is to be in configured for the e-mail account in use.


To create and send an e-mail message:

  1. Create and set up the Mail Message Service object.
  2. Create and set up the Mail Message object.
  3. Create a macro for sending the e-mail message.
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