Administrators can receive notifications or automate actions based on the following POP events:
- POP Connection Failed
- POP Download Failed
- POP Import Failed
- POP Login Failed
Depending on the event selected, the following event criteria are available:
- Name - The friendly name for the event. Note: The Enabled checkbox must be marked in order for this event to trigger. Use this setting to
temporarily disable events.
- Event Type - The event that triggers the action.
- Time of Day - The time frame during which the event occurs.
- Day of Week - The day(s) of the week during which the event occurs.
- Server Name - The name of the server that SmarterTrack failed to connect to.
- Server Port - The port that SmarterTrack attempted to connect to on the server.
- Login Username - The username used to authenticate with the server.
- SSL - The type of connection required to connect to the server. Note: If the server requires an SSL connection, type "true" in the field. If it does not, type "false" in the field.
- Customer Email - A customer's email address that triggers the event.
Depending on the event selected, the following actions are available:
- Call Web Page - Calls a web page that you specify, and that page can execute specific actions, queries or other methods based on whatever is coded on the page. For example, calling a web page that then initiates adding a task to a third-party task management application.
- Log to File - Logs an action to a text file. This occurs once based on the max frequency set, regardless of how many times the event is fired.
- Notify Events External Provider - Calls an external provider that is created by the customer. For more information, see External Providers.
- Send Email - Sends an email to a set of recipients. This occurs once based on the max frequency set, regardless of how many times the event is fired.
- Use My Notification Profile - Uses any custom email addresses and/or SMS addresses that are used as part of a personal Notification Profile. This occurs once based on the max frequency set, regardless of how many times the event is fired.
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