Edit the Email.asp File
Access to and permissions within your Report Portal are controlled using individual user and group accounts.
Each time that you add a new account or edit an existing account, a confirmation email can be sent to the email address that you specify for that account (see Working with Accounts ) and copied to the email addresses that you specify in the email.asp file.
Notification emails are sent to account users only when you have specified an email address for the account and properly configured the email.asp file. If you do not want notification emails sent for an account, leave the account’s email field blank.
This file resides in the *PortalName*\PortalASP folder.
- On the machine where IIS is running, open the email.asp file in a text editor such as Notepad.
- Set the following variables:
|For this variable . . .||Provide this information . . .|
DNS name or IP address of the SMTP server through which messages are sent.
For example: mail.hq.omniture.com
|smtpserverport||The port on which the SMTP server listens for connections. This is typically port 25.|
Indicates how the message is to be sent. Values are:
1 - Send messages using the locally installed SMTP service. Use this value if the SMTP service is installed on the computer where the script is running.
2 - Send messages using the SMTP service on the network. Use this value if the SMTP service is not installed on the computer where the script is running.
|smtpconnectiontimeout||The amount of time that Report should wait for a response from the SMTP server before it times out the connection.|
- For the NewUserEmail() and UpdateUserEmail() functions, set the following variables:
For this variable . . . Provide this information . . . From The text that you want to appear in the From header line in your confirmation emails. This value might be the same as the CC value. CCOptional. The valid email address of the person or alias who should receive a copy of all messages regarding new and changed user accounts. You can specify multiple email addresses by separating the addresses with commas (no spaces).For example: email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.orgNote: The recipients receive copies of emails that contain user passwords. Subject The text that you want to appear in the Subject header line in your confirmation emails. WebPathThe actual path to your portal.For example: http://portal.omniture.com/Example BodyThe text included in the automatically generated emails.For example, following is the default text included in the emails sent to provide login information:
- Your web portal login information is provided below:
- UserName: usernameNew Password: password
- You may access the portal using the following URL:http://WebPath
- After you log into the portal, you can change your password on the Admin tab.
- Save and close the file.