17.3-Notification SMTP Accounts


Notification SMTP


The process of setting up notification SMTP is not different than setting up a general SMTP account. However the notification SMTP will be used to send general notification and messages in respect of ESP service operations or product version service operations, like the ESP service sends email notification upon approving or rejecting client’s sender ID information, activating or deactivating client account and such other general notifications falls in this category. These notifications are further discussed in “Email Template” section of the user guide.  Following is the process to setup the SMTP account to send these notification messages.

Setup Notification SMTP Account

Reach “Notification SMTP Account” in the left side navigational menu under “Settings” to create a new account to connect with the already configured SMTP. See the following figure.

Figure#17.3.1:Setting up Notification SMTP

Following Table Consists of

  • Text Fields
  • Text Boxes
  • Dropdown Selection

Mandatory Fields are marked with Asterisks

Table#17.3.1:Providing Notification SMTP Details


Name this notification SMTP; it can be anything like to identify the particular SMTP account within the application.

SMTP Group Name

MUMARA not only allows a user to setup more than accounts to connect to multiple MTPs, but it also offers the ability to create SMTP groups for the effective management and sorting of the SMTP accounts. You can manage to perform two different actions with this field.

a)      Add this SMTP to an already existing SMTP group, suggestion for the already existing group will open up in a dropdown menu, after clicking in the field. If no SMTP group has been created yet, the dropdown for the suggestions will remain empty.

b)       While setting up new SMTP account, create a new group just by putting the name of the group in the field. A group will automatically be created, and this very account will automatically be added into the newly created group.

This will automatically create a new group and will add this SMTP account into the group. Creating groups and adding SMTP account into it can be a good approach to manage and sort the SMTP accounts.


The field requires verified information and is essential for the SMTP account to work properly. Knowing the SMTP host and in some cases Internet Protocol (IP) address of your SMTP server is important, in order to appropriately setup the account. In case of external SMTP service provider, you might have readily been provided with SMTP hostname.


To proceed enter the name of the SMTP host of your server, or IP address of your server to continue. You might have been provided with more than one IP addresses. In the case of IP pool, this can be any IP from the range to identify the SMTP host.

SMTP Username

The username of the SMTP you want to add into this account. Make sure that you have provided a valid and correct username. The field isn’t mandatory as in some of the cases SMTP isn’t protected by a username or password.


You just need to provide SMTP host, group and port to work this account properly. However having an SMTP without username and password protection makes it vulnerable for misuse. Therefore It is recommended to protect the SMTP with username and password.

SMTP Password

The password associated with the SMTP username which has been mentioned in the field above.


Port25 is largely known as default SMTP port, but some ISPs has this default behavior to block port25. Therefore, MUMARA has made this field mandatory to fill with an appropriate port. It can be a port 25 or an alternative opening ports like 2525, 2526 (SSL) and 587.


IP Pool For MTA

As mentioned above, you might be having more than one IP addresses or range of IP addresses for the purpose of sending emails, the box allows providing all of the sending IPs to check for the reputation and blacklist status.


The integrated reputation monitor of MUMARA helps keeping your IP checked against the famous blacklists and ensures improved sending. Each IP should be separated by a line, only one IP per one line is allowed.


Sender Information Batch

From “IP pool for MTA” onwards, you will be asked to fill the fields with the information about the sender. The topic has already been elaborated while discussing the 4th step of “Schedule an email Campaign” page. MUMARA offers to setup sender information on three different levels.

  1. While creating subscriber list.
  2. Custom sender information while scheduling the campaign and
  3. While setting up SMTP account.

The fields to setup the sender information with the SMTP account are the following.

Table#17.3.1: Sender Information Batch SMTP

From Name

Name of the person/company who is sending the email message. The name will appear in the from field of your recipient’s email client.

From Email

Email of the person/company who is sending the email message. It helps recipients to recognize the sender of the email.

Bounce Email

Email address/ account to which you want the bounced emails to be sent. You can either select one of the already existing bounce accounts or can create a new bounce account by clicking “Add New” to reach “Setup Bounce Account” page.

Reply to Email

It informs the recipient that in case of replying to the message. Reply will be sent to that particular email.


Domain Masking

Domain masking has been discussed earlier during the 3rd step of “Schedule Email Campaign” page, and the forthcoming chapter about “Domain Masking” further discusses the topic in detail. The dropdown selection of one of the masking domains during the process of setting up the SMTP accounts facilitates to link a domain other than the current installation domain with the SMTP account. On scheduling of the email campaign, you’ll have this ability to select the domain which you’ll setup here with SMTP account.

More on Domain Masking

Extension-Table#17.3.2: Select Masking Domain for SMTP Account

Masked Domain

Clicking on the field opens up a dropdown which contains a list of already existing domains to mask the local domain. Select one of the domains or keep this field empty, if you don’t want any domain masking preferences to be configured with this account.

If you haven’t setup any domain for masking, nothing will appear in the dropdown.

SMTP Status


You are offered with two options to mark this SMTP account as active or inactive. No email campaign will be initiated in case of an “Inactive” SMTP, unless you return the status to “Active”


After you complete all required information, click “Submit” to save the account or click “Reset” to revise the information.


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