- Send e-mails for review requests and reviews:
If enabled, e-mails will be sent out whenever a review request is posted or updated, or when reviews and replies are posted.
See E-Mail and Review Groups for more information.
- Send e-mails when new users register an account:
If enabled, e-mails will be sent to the administrator every time a new user signs up to the site. This is useful for open source projects that are interested in new user signups.
- Sender e-mail address:
The e-mail address all e-mails are sent from. The Sender e-mail header will be used to make e-mails appear to come from the user causing the e-mail to be sent. By using the Sender header for this instead of From, there’s less risk that e-mail clients will consider the e-mails to be malicious or spam. This may require a proper DKIM setup.
This defaults to noreply@<servername>.
- Mail Server:
The SMTP mail server used for outgoing e-mails. This defaults to localhost.
The SMTP mail server port. This defaults to 25.
The username needed to connect to the outgoing SMTP mail server, if any. This is optional and depends on the mail server configuration.
The password needed to connect to the outgoing SMTP mail server, if any. This is optional and depends on the mail server configuration.
- Use TLS for authentication:
If enabled, TLS is used for mail server authentication. This is more secure, but requires TLS support on the mail server.