The Fax Box Tab. The SMTP Section

Modified on Tue, 30 May 2023 at 12:07 PM

Description: Here you have the option to configure the SMTP permission parameters of a Fax Box associated with the newly created Seat.  

SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) is a protocol used for sending and receiving fax messages over email. When a fax message is sent from a fax machine or virtual fax box, it is converted into a digital format and sent as an email attachment through SMTP to the recipient's email address. 

There are two main interface elements in this section

  • The Delete Faxbox Panel  
  • The list of parameters 

The Delete Faxbox Panel

This panel contains an action button:

  • Delete Faxbox: by clicking on this button, you can delete the configured fax box

Upon pressing it, a pop-up window will appear, prompting you to confirm your decision to delete the fax box. 

The List of Parameters

There are three parameters that can be set here: 

  • SMTP Permission List: this field is used to hold a record of valid email addresses or domains that have provided consent to receive fax messages via email. 
  • Custom SMTP Address: here you can input a custom SMTP Address for the configured fax box. 
  • SMTP Email Address: in this section, you can view the SMTP email address of the configured fax box. This email address is predetermined by the system and cannot be modified. 

Once you have inputted data into the fields, do not forget to click the "SAVE" button to apply the changes.  

The Phone System App will display an icon of an exclamation mark within a green circle next to any fields that have been modified.

The Phone System App will notify you that leaving the page will result in the loss of any unsaved changes.  

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