How to configure the UCMDB Mail Server using the Infrastructure Setting on UCMDB UI
Configure UCMDB mail server
- In UCMDB, go to Administration > Infrastructure Settings > Mail Settings.
Configure mail settings as described in the table below:
Mail Setting Description Activate TLS/SSL connection
If SMTP server requires secure connection via TLS/SSL then the value should be True, and make sure you proceed to 2. Configure UCMDB client to configure communication protocol. Else if SMTP server accepts non-secure connection, the value should be changed to False.
SMTP server Enter the address of the SMTP server. SMTP server port Edit the SMTP server port. The default value is 25. The username of SMTP server
Enter the user name of the primary SMTP server. If no authentication is required, leave this filed empty.
The password of SMTP server Enter the password of the primary SMTP server. If no authentication is required, leave this filed empty. Email sender Enter the name to appear in reports that Universal CMDB sends. Sender editability Setting this value to True enables users to change the Email sender name inside the form that sends mail. Otherwise, leave its value as False.
As a backup for the main SMTP server, you can provide information about an alternative server. Configure the following settings:
Mail Setting Description Alternate SMTP server Enter the address of the alternate SMTP server. Alternate SMTP server port Enter the alternate SMTP server port. Alternate SMTP server username
Enter the user name of the alternate SMTP server. If no authentication is required, leave this filed empty.
Alternate SMTP server password Enter the password of the alternate SMTP server. If no authentication is required, leave this filed empty.
Configure UCMDB client
After configuring the mail server with a certificate, to benefit from secure communication and secure authentication option, you must transfer the certificate to UCMDB server truststores.
Retrieve UCMDB JRE path.
Retrieve your certificate path.
Example: C:\Users\Administrator.SMTP\Desktop\certs\Keypublic.pem (the file extension could be anything, not just pem)
Retrieve UCMDB server truststore path.
C:\UCMDB\UCMDBServer\conf\security\server-fips.truststore (for FIPS mode)
Retrieve UCMDB JRE truststore path.
Navigate to the C:\UCMDB\UCMDBServer\bin\jre\bin folder, and open the command prompt.
Run the following commands using keytool to import the certificate to UCMDB server truststore and UCMDB JRE truststore: