Goto Advanced > Default Settings and under the
- There is a good chance you will have to do this via command line on your FusionPBX install https://accounts.google.com/b/0/DisplayUnlockCaptcha
- If you have a headless install(no desktop gui) then you will have to install lynx. Lynx is a command line web browser. For Debian you would type the example below. Follow the prompts for email address and password.
apt-get install lynx lynx https://accounts.google.com/b/0/DisplayUnlockCaptcha
- You may also have to enable less secure apps https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/6010255?hl=en
|Default Setting Subcategory||Default Setting Name||Default Setting Value||Default Setting Enabled||Default Setting Description|
|smtp_host||text||smtp.gmail.com||False||email providers server address|
|email@example.com||True||smtp from emaill address|
|smtp_port||numeric||587||True||port number of the mail server provider|
|smtp_from_name||text||Voicemail||True||smtp from name|
|smtp_auth||text||TRUE||True||smtp auth is required|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||True||Use the full email address|
|smtp_password||text||True||typically the email password|
|smtp_secure||text||tls||True||tls or ssl depending on the provider.|
|smtp_validate_certificate||boolean||TRUE||True||set to false to ignore SSL certificate warnings e.g. for self-signed certificates|
To see if there are any failed email attempts goto Status > Emails. Once the issue causing the emails to fail is found you can click to resent them.
The log is stored in the /tmp directory.