Date printed: 02-20-2019   Last updated: 07-30-2008

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Applies to versions: 1.6, 1.8, 1.9, 1.10, 1.11

Adjusting SMTP Mail Settings

TimeIPS is its own SMTP Mail Server. TimeIPS can also use any outgoing SMTP Mail Server to send email notifications, backups, and alerts. Some ISP's block port 25 (SMTP) traffic as SPAM. If this is the case, request the SMTP Mail Server name from your ISP and enter this along with your email account Mail Username and Mail Password.

Security Level Required: System Administrator

Using the left pane Main Menu, click on: Administration » System Administration » System Settings

  1. Enter/adjust the Mail Server, Mail Username, and Mail Password as necessary.
  2. new1.pngNew for Version 1.6 Check the Use SSLbox if your mail server requires that Secure Socket Layer or SSL be used in sending messages.

  3. Click on the Update System Mail Settings button to save the changes.

Some common ISP's and their SMTP Mail Server names:

Common ISP's

SMTP Mail Server Name


SBC Global

SW Bell

NOTE: The listed SMTP Mail Servers may have changed since the writing of this document. Please refer to your Internet Service Provider for the current SMTP Mail Server name.

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