The e-mail server sends notification e-mails from applications that use the Notification Configuration templates.
Select an Identity Vault in the Modeler.
In the Outline view, scroll tofor that Identity Vault.
Right-click, then select.
Specify the host name,, and authentication settings for your SMTP e-mail server.
Host Name: The host name of your SMTP e-mail server. This can also be an IP address.
From: When a user opens the e-mail, the text that you enter in theedit box is displayed in the field of the user’s e-mail heading. Depending on your mail server settings, the text in this field might need to match a valid sender in the system (for example, firstname.lastname@example.org instead of descriptive text such as The Password Administrator). Such a match allows the mail server to do reverse lookups or authentication.
Authenticate to the server by using credentials: Use this option for a secured SMTP server.
If your server requires authentication before sending e-mail, specify the username and password here.
Although the authentication information is specified here, you might also need to specify it separately for the application that is sending the notification e-mails.
For example, Forgotten Password e-mail notifications can be sent by using the authentication information you specify here. However, notification e-mails for Identity Manager Password Synchronization require the authentication information to be provided in the driver policy that is used to send notification e-mails.