|You must configure your mail service before you can send mail to place managers or place members from the Member list.
You must configure your mail service before you can send mail to place managers or place members from the Member list.
Before you configure the mail service to send member email, you must complete Configuring your mail service
- Open the WebSphere® Application Server administrative console. The default location is https://your_quickr_server:10041/ibm/console.
- Click Resources -> Mail -> Mail Providers -> Built-in Mail Provider.
- In the Additional Properties panel click Mail Sessions.
- Click New and enter the Name and JNDI Name using the following format:
In the Mail Transport Host field enter the name of your mail server.
Make sure that the Transport Protocol is set to SMTP.
Enter the name of the SMTP mail server for your network.
Click OK -> Save.
From the navigation tree of the Administrative Console, click Applications -> Enterprise Applications.
Click Resource References.
Open the WebSphere Application Server administrative console.
Click Environment -> WebSphere Variables.
Set the following variables:
- Name: lcnotification
- JNDI Name: mail/notification
Edit the <quickr_install_root>\\Quickr\\wp_profile\\PortalServer\\wcm\\shared\\app\\config\\wcmservices\\WCMConfigService.properties file. Set the following properties:
- Quickr_BaseUrl: Used to construct the URL to the project task or document. This fully-qualified URL will be included in the e-mail notifications as a link back to the server. For example, http://<host>:<port>
- Quickr_SMTPserver: A valid SMTP server used for sending notfication emails. For example, servername.domain.local.
- Quickr_EmailSender: Required for project task notification only. This populates the sender's address in the generated e-mail notification. For example, email@example.com.
- Quickr_WorkflowEmail: Required for document notification only. Set to true to enable notification. By default, notification is disabled and is set to false.
- Quickr_EmailInterval: Required for task and workflow notification only. Interval in seconds for sending email, for example 1800000 to send email at 30 minute intervals.
- Quickr_FetchInterval: Required for task and workflow notification only. Interval in hours for fetching items, for example 24 to fetch items once a day.
- Quickr_ResultCount: Required for task and workflow notification only. Number of results that are returned.
Restart the Lotus® Quickr™ server.
- connect.connector.mailconnector.defaultsmtpserver: The SMTP server used for sending e-mail. For example, servername.domain.local.
- connect.connector.mailconnector.defaultfromaddress: The e-mail address that notifications are sent from. If this address is associated with a user that creates or receives e-mail notifications, that user will not receive the notifications. For example, firstname.lastname@example.org.
- connect.connector.mailconnector.defaultreplytoaddress: The organizer for e-mail notifications, and the default reply-to address. If this address is associated with a user that creates or receives e-mail notifications, that user will not receive the notifications. For example, email@example.com.
- team.calendar.ical.email.notification: Set to true to enable e-mail notification. By default, this is set to true, but the line is commented out. Remove the comment to enable the property.
- team.calendar.repeating.events.allowed: Set to false to disable the repeating events. Repeating events is not supported while notifications are enabled. Any repeating events currently scheduled will remain on the calendar once this is set to false. If this property is set to true or does not exist in the file, then users will be able to create repeating events.
Parent topic: Enabling notification: qp85
Configuring your mail service: qp85