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Configuring SMTP Settings in Jet Hub

Requires Administrator Access & Knowledge

Overview

Email notifications can be sent from several locations within Jet Hub. To use this feature, your organization's email system must support SMTP (Simplified Mail Transfer Protocol), and a system administrator must configure Jet Hub with the specific settings for that email system.

Configuring Basic Authentication

  1. In Jet Hub, select <Your Profile > > Settings. The Settings page is displayed.

  2. Select Email. The Email Settings page is displayed.

  3. In Email method, select Basic Authentication.

    Administrators can configure both the Basic Authentication and Email account settings.

  4. In Server, enter the SMTP server address.

  5. If your email server users Secure Sockets Layer communications protocol (SSL, also known as Transport Layer Security), select Use SSL encryption.

  6. In the From section, mention the email address from which the reports will be sent (if using a different email address, then the user running the tasks must be an alias or must have a shared inbox).

  7. In Port, change the port number or leave it as is if you want to use the default port number.

  8. In Username, enter the SMTP username.

  9. In Password, enter the SMTP password.

Note: Microsoft has deprecated Basic Authentication for Exchange Online, and we expect this method to stop working in the future, please update to use the new M365 Authentication method for SMTP: Deprecation of Basic authentication in Exchange Online

Configuring Microsoft 365 Authentication

Before configuring Microsoft Entra ID, make sure you have access to the following:

  • Azure portal administrator account.

  • A valid Office mailbox with any shared or alias permissions has been setup previously.

To configure Microsoft Entra ID

  1. Go to Azure, and sign in to your account.

  2. In Create your app, select Microsoft Entra ID > App Registrations > Add. The Register an Application page is displayed.

  3. Enter the following details and click Register.

    1. Name: Enter the name of your app.

    2. Supported account types: Select Any Azure AD Directory - Multi Tenant.

    3. Redirect URL: Select Web, and enter: https://(Your Jet Hub URL)/Settings/Authorize.

      Record the URI for future use.

  4. Go to the Authentication tab > Implicit grant and hybrid flows and select the ID tokens (used for implicit and hybrid flows) checkbox and select Save.

  5. Go to API permissions. The API permissions page is displayed.
  6. Select Add a Permission > Microsoft Graph > Delegated Permisisons.
  7. Select Mail.Send.Shared permission > Add Permission.

    Note: Make sure Grant admin consent for your company using your administrator account.

  8. Go to Certificates & secrets > New client secret. Enter a description and set the expiration date to your discretion then select Add. Record the secret Value for later.

To configure Microsoft 365 authentication In Jet Hub

  1. Go to Jet Hub and sign in with an administrator account.

  2. In Jet Hub, select <Your Profile > > Settings. The Settings page is displayed.

  3. Select Email. The Email Settings page is displayed.

  4. In Email Method , select Microsoft 365 Authentication.

  5. Enter your Client ID, Tenant ID, Secret, and Redirect URI that you have recorded while configuring Microsoft Entra ID.

  6. Select Signed In with and enter the credentials for the mailbox you wish to setup to send emails from.

  7. If you’re using an alias or a shared inbox, change the From text-box to the alias or shared email address.

  8. Test by clicking Test and sending an email.

  9. Click Save.

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Configuring SMTP Settings in Jet Hub

Requires Administrator Access & Knowledge

Overview

Email notifications can be sent from several locations within Jet Hub. To use this feature, your organization's email system must support SMTP (Simplified Mail Transfer Protocol), and a system administrator must configure Jet Hub with the specific settings for that email system.

Configuring Basic Authentication

  1. In Jet Hub, select <Your Profile > > Settings. The Settings page is displayed.

  2. Select Email. The Email Settings page is displayed.

  3. In Email method, select Basic Authentication.

    Administrators can configure both the Basic Authentication and Email account settings.

  4. In Server, enter the SMTP server address.

  5. If your email server users Secure Sockets Layer communications protocol (SSL, also known as Transport Layer Security), select Use SSL encryption.

  6. In the From section, mention the email address from which the reports will be sent (if using a different email address, then the user running the tasks must be an alias or must have a shared inbox).

  7. In Port, change the port number or leave it as is if you want to use the default port number.

  8. In Username, enter the SMTP username.

  9. In Password, enter the SMTP password.

Note: Microsoft has deprecated Basic Authentication for Exchange Online, and we expect this method to stop working in the future, please update to use the new M365 Authentication method for SMTP: Deprecation of Basic authentication in Exchange Online

Configuring Microsoft 365 Authentication

Before configuring Microsoft Entra ID, make sure you have access to the following:

  • Azure portal administrator account.

  • A valid Office mailbox with any shared or alias permissions has been setup previously.

To configure Microsoft Entra ID

  1. Go to Azure, and sign in to your account.

  2. In Create your app, select Microsoft Entra ID > App Registrations > Add. The Register an Application page is displayed.

  3. Enter the following details and click Register.

    1. Name: Enter the name of your app.

    2. Supported account types: Select Any Azure AD Directory - Multi Tenant.

    3. Redirect URL: Select Web, and enter: https://(Your Jet Hub URL)/Settings/Authorize.

      Record the URI for future use.

  4. Go to the Authentication tab > Implicit grant and hybrid flows and select the ID tokens (used for implicit and hybrid flows) checkbox and select Save.

  5. Go to API permissions. The API permissions page is displayed.
  6. Select Add a Permission > Microsoft Graph > Delegated Permisisons.
  7. Select Mail.Send.Shared permission > Add Permission.

    Note: Make sure Grant admin consent for your company using your administrator account.

  8. Go to Certificates & secrets > New client secret. Enter a description and set the expiration date to your discretion then select Add. Record the secret Value for later.

To configure Microsoft 365 authentication In Jet Hub

  1. Go to Jet Hub and sign in with an administrator account.

  2. In Jet Hub, select <Your Profile > > Settings. The Settings page is displayed.

  3. Select Email. The Email Settings page is displayed.

  4. In Email Method , select Microsoft 365 Authentication.

  5. Enter your Client ID, Tenant ID, Secret, and Redirect URI that you have recorded while configuring Microsoft Entra ID.

  6. Select Signed In with and enter the credentials for the mailbox you wish to setup to send emails from.

  7. If you’re using an alias or a shared inbox, change the From text-box to the alias or shared email address.

  8. Test by clicking Test and sending an email.

  9. Click Save.

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