Email Alert Settings


 

 

 

Email Alert Settings

 

Gmail Email Alert Settings

**Before using your Gmail account as your SMTP server, be sure that you have enabled Gmail POP3 or Gmail IMAP through settings in your Gmail Account.**

If you are receiving an error with gmail, please  be sure to allow less secure apps in your gmail account settings. Here is a link on allowing less secure apps. https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/6010255?hl=en

SSL : Enable

SMTP Server : smtp.gmail.com

SMTP Port : 465 or 587

Sender : "your gmail email address" (ex. johndoe@gmail.com)

Password : "your gmail password"

Reciever : "your email address" (ex. johndoe@gmail.com)

 

Yahoo Email Alert Settings

**Before using your Yahoo! Mail account as your SMTP server, be sure that you have enabled Web&POP Access in your Yahoo! Mail Account(go to Options>Pop&Forwarding)**

SSL : Enable

SMTP Server : smtp.mail.yahoo.com

SMTP Port : 465 or 587

Sender : "your yahoo email address" (ex. johndoe@yahoo.com)

Password : "your yahoo password"

Reciever : "your email address" (ex. johndoe@yahoo.com)

 

Outlook.com (formerly hotmail or MSN) Email Alert Settings

SSL : Enable

SMTP Server : smtp-mail.outlook.com

SMTP Port : 587

Sender : "your email address" (ex. johndoe@hotmail.com or

johndoe@live.com )

Password : "your password"

Reciever : "your email address" (ex. johndoe@hotmail.com or johndoe@live.com)

 

AOL Email Alert Settings

SSL : Enable

SMTP Server : smtp.aol.com

SMTP Port : 587

Sender : "your aol email address" (ex. johndoe@aol.com)

Password : "your aol password"

Reciever : "your email address" (ex. johndoe@aol.com)

Tags: alerts, email alert settings, emails, motion detection
Last update:
2014-09-12 16:52
Author:
Jamie Alksnis
Revision:
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Average rating: 1.44 (27 Votes)

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