Vault Properties Notifications Tab

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Use the Notifications tab to set how Phoenix EXP event notifications are published by enabling and defining e-mail. Events include anything of interest for managing a Vault, including Vault start, Vault stop, media requests, etc.

Access this from Vault Properties by clicking the Notifications tab.

Vault Properties - Notifications tab

1.Select preferred Vault values.
2.Click OK to save new settings.

Notifications Tab Elements

Element

Description

Enable e-mail notification

Enable optional e-mail notifications and boxes from this Vault Properties tab.

When enabled, receive an e-mail when an event occurs for managing a Vault. These events include Vault start, Vault stop, media requests, etc., and are the same as those recorded for notifications.

E-mail recipient

Type the e-mail address of the user receiving e-mail notifications about Phoenix EXP events.

Mail server address

The address of your mail server. Use either IP address or computer name.

Click the Send Test E-mail button to test the path.

If an invalid IP address or computer name is typed,   e-mail notifications do not work.

Where events are sent

Define where events are logged.

Computer Console causes events to be logged in a console that appears on the computer monitor. It remains open as long as the Vault is running. If the Vault is stopped, the console disappears. If the Vault is restarted, the console disappears and then reappears.

Window causes events to be logged in a window that appears on the computer monitor. This window remains open as long as the Vault is running. If the Vault is stopped, the window disappears. If the Vault is restarted, the window disappears and then reappears.

File causes events to be logged to a file. Type the path where you want events logged.

If a window or console is open when changing the mode of output to File, the console or window closes, but the Vault continues to run.

To configure the Vault Service to open a window for diagnostic messages see Windows Diagnostics.