|Although FortiAuthenticator can be configured to send emails from the built-in mail server (localhost), this is not recommended. Anti-spam methods such as IP lookup, DKIM, and SPF can block mail from such ad-hoc mail servers. It is highly recommended that email is relayed from an official mail server for your domain.|
The following information is shown:
|Create New||Select to create a new SMTP server.|
|Delete||Select to delete the selected SMTP server or servers.|
|Edit||Select to edit the selected SMTP server.|
|Set as Default||Set the selected SMTP server as the default SMTP server.|
|Name||The name of the SMTP server.|
|Server||The server name and port number.|
|Default||Shows a green circle with a check mark for the default SMTP server. To change the default server, select the server you would like to use as the default, then select Set as Default in the toolbar.|
- Go to System > Messaging > SMTP Servers and select Create New. The Create New SMTP Server window opens.
- Enter the following information:
- Optionally, select Test Connection to send a test email message. Specify a recipient and select Send. Confirm that the recipient received the message.
Note that the recipient’s email system might treat the test email message as spam.
- Select OK to create the new SMTP server.
For troubleshooting tips, see Troubleshooting SMTP server tests.