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Version 4 (Anthony Cartmell, 2009-07-30 18:49) → Version 5/54 (Eric Davis, 2009-09-15 05:56)

h1. Email Configuration

h2. Configuration Directives

This page is a work in progress, the following configuration directives is only a partial list.

h3. authentication

The type of authentication method expected by your service provider.

Valid settings:
* :login
* :none

(note: if you set this to @:none@, you must not include the @user_name@ and @password@ settings)

h3. delivery_method

The mail transport method to be used. @:async_smtp@ uses asynchronous send. Redmine does not wait the email to be sent to display the next page.

Valid settings:
* :smtp
* :async_smtp
* :sendmail
* :async_sendmail


h2. Example email.yml Configurations

h3. Simple Login Authentication (default settings)

<pre>
# Outgoing email settings

production:
delivery_method: :smtp
smtp_settings:
address: smtp.example.net
port: 25
domain: example.net
authentication: :login
user_name: redmine@example.net
password: redmine

development:
delivery_method: :smtp
smtp_settings:
address: 127.0.0.1
port: 25
domain: example.net
authentication: :login
user_name: redmine@example.net
password: redmine
</pre>

h3. No Authentication

Example for an SMTP service provider with no authentication. Note the colon before none.

<pre>
production:
delivery_method: :smtp
smtp_settings:
address: smtp.knology.net
port: 25
domain: cybersprocket.com
authentication: :none
</pre>

h3. Using sendmail command

Example for a unix system that uses the @/usr/sbin/sendmail@ command.

<pre>
production:
delivery_method: :sendmail
</pre>

h3. More information

* "Configuring Action Mailer":http://wiki.rubyonrails.org/howtos/mailers#configuring_action_mailer
* "Action Mailer Configuration":http://guides.rubyonrails.org/action_mailer_basics.html#action-mailer-configuration