[ENG] 3.10. [DKSF 53/203.1 IU] How to Get Notifications and Reports via Email?

To configure the module for sending e-mail notifications and reports about a status, there is a need to go to the page «E-MAIL» of a web interface. The equipment sends notifications using an SMTP protocol. 

Events, on which e-mail notifications will be sent, are set at other pages of a device web interface.


Enable Sending of E-mail – when unchecking the checkbox a device will not send e-mail notifications. This was designed, first of all, to handle maintenance in a server room, as well as the one of the equipment. On default: checkbox is not checked

SMTP Server Address  is an email address for an incoming mail. On default: empty line

SMTP Server TCP Port  is an email server port, which works via an SMTP protocol. On default: 25

Username  is a username of an SMTP server. On default: empty line

Password  is a password of an SMTP server user. On default: empty line

From  a sender's address. On default: empty line

To  a destination address for e-mail notifications. On default: empty line

Copy To (сс:) – addresses of secondary recipients for e-mail notifications, to whom a copy is sent. On default: empty line

Time for Summary Reports (HH:MM 24h format, up to 12 time points, divided by space) – is a time when reports on a status of sensors will be sent via e-mail. On default: empty line

After setting the parameters, click the button «Apply changes».

It is possible to add displaying of a device name in an e-mail notification. The way how to do this is described on the page: "[ENG] 3.1. [DKSF 53/203.1 IU] How to Configure a Hostname, a Location and Contact?"

The device can work only with the email servers that support an SMTP protocol and authentication methods AUTH PLAIN and AUTH LOGIN, as well as the method with no authentication method! At the same time, a device cannot support SSL, TLS or another encoding!