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The task of sending email messages is used in different places, like when registering a new account, or using the Email authenticator.
Email is normally sent through an SMTP server, that takes responsibility of delivering the email at the recipient’s mailbox. It is however also possible
to use alternative email delivery services when using the Curity Identity Server.
An email provider is a pluggable component in Curity. By default, an SMTP-based email provider plugin is included with the server. An email provider is configured
as a server facility, and therefore an email provider can be easily shared among multiple parts of the server configuration. Each configured service is able
to configure its own email provider from the server’s facilities, allowing for easy default configuration of sending out emails in a standard way.
This section will describe how to configure the included SMTP email provider. Alternatively, it is possible to implement your own
pluggable email provider through the Email Provider extension point, which is described in more detail in the developer’s guide.
The most common way to send out email messages, is through the SMTP protocol. To do this, the following configuration settings are available:
These settings must be used to configure Smtp in the facilities section.
Fig. 32 Configuring an Email facility in the Admin UI of Curity
There is a system wide setting to indicate which email provider should be used by default. This setting is configured on the System’s General page.
Fig. 33 Setting up the default email provider