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Enable SMTP Service
Select to enable the email service after you have configured all the properties.
Enter the email server’s DNS name such as mail.mydomain.com or an IP address such as 192.168.1.1.
Enter the port to use for communication between the Process Server and the email server. The default value is 25.
Select password-based authentication or OAuth authentication.
Required. Enter the name used to log in to your email server, usually the account name. This field is optional depending on whether the SMTP server requires credentials.
For example: firstname.lastname@example.org
Required. Enter and confirm the password for the user name.
(Optional). Select a security protocol, if desired:
Ensure that you configure the port to enable the appropriate security transport.
Required. Enter the OAuth authorization URL for the email service that is used to authorize the user request.
Token Request URL
Required. Enter the OAuth token request URL that handles token requests.
The refresh token expires in 90 days. The user must authenticate again and publish the connection before the token expires.
Required. Specify the identifier value from the OAuth provider.
Required. Enter the client secret to connect to the email application.
Required. Specify the scope. The scope in OAuth authentication limits an application's access to a user's account. You can select multiple scopes for a single client. To enter multiple scopes, separate each value with a space.
For a Microsoft Outlook email account, enter the following scope:
Indicates the current status, the name of the user who authorized, and the last time when the authorization was completed.
Click to initiate the authorization workflow using OAuth.