Monitor Type: Mail

Monitor Parameters: Monitor Type

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Monitor Type: Mail

Monitor Type Properties
Mail
SMTP

Secure Connection Type – allows using an SSL (Secure Socket Layer)-based security connection. There are options:

  • None
  • TLS, if available (the default)
  • TLS
  • SSL

Ignore SSL certificate errors – allows to ignore various SSL certificate errors, e.g. self-signed or expired certificate. This option is turned on by default. Turn it off if you need a strict check.

Use TLS v1.0 only – allows to force using only old TLS version while connecting to the server. Useful to monitor old mail servers, like MS Exchange 2007. Off by default.

Port (integer). The defaults are: 465 for an SSL-enabled connection, and 25 for all others.

Authentication required – indicates whether user authentication is necessary. This monitor uses user credentials selected in the Credentials section below.

Test Message – specifies whether a test message should be sent and allows to edit the message header and body.

POP3

Secure Connection Type – allows using an SSL (Secure Socket Layer)-based security connection. There are options:

  • None
  • TLS, if available (the default)
  • TLS
  • SSL

Ignore SSL certificate errors – allows to ignore various SSL certificate errors, e.g. self-signed or expired certificate. This option is turned on by default. Turn it off if you need a strict check.

Use TLS v1.0 only – allows to force using only old TLS version while connecting to the server. Useful to monitor old mail servers, like MS Exchange 2007. Off by default.

Port (integer). The defaults are: 995 for an SSL-enabled connection, and 110 for all others.

Authentication required – indicates whether user authentication is necessary. This monitor uses user credentials selected in the Credentials section below.

IMAP

Secure Connection Type – allows using an SSL (Secure Socket Layer)-based security connection. There are options:

  • None
  • TLS, if available (the default)
  • TLS
  • SSL

Ignore SSL certificate errors – allows to ignore various SSL certificate errors, e.g. self-signed or expired certificate. This option is turned on by default. Turn it off if you need a strict check.

Use TLS v1.0 only – allows to force using only old TLS version while connecting to the server. Useful to monitor old mail servers, like MS Exchange 2007. Off by default.

Port (integer). The defaults are: 993 for an SSL-enabled connection, and 143 for all others.

Authentication required – indicates whether user authentication is necessary. This monitor uses user credentials selected in the Credentials section below.

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