Intellicus Enterprise Reporting and Business Insights 19.0

Scheduler and Mails

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EMail From Address

This property is to set the email address which will be displayed as the from (sender’s) address in the mails.

Default: Intellicus Automated Reporting System <reportsdepartment@company.com>

Example: EMAIL_FROM_ADDRESS=Intellicus Automated Reporting System <reportsdepartment@company.com>

Job Success Mail To

When a scheduled job is successfully completed, Intellicus can notify users about successful completion. Specify email IDs where mails should be sent in case a schedule is successfully implemented.  Make use of comma or semi colon to separate two email IDs.

Syntax: JOB_SUCCESS_MAIL_TO=[email addresses separated by comma or semi colon](string)

Example: JOB_SUCCESS_MAIL_TO=admin@softwrimpl.com,smith@compadmin.com

Job Success Mail Subject

When a scheduled job is successfully completed, Intellicus can notify users about successful completion.  Specify here subject that the mail should carry.

Syntax: JOB_SUCCESS_MAIL_SUBJECT=[Subject](string)

Default: JOB_SUCCESS_MAIL_SUBJECT=Scheduled Job ‘<%JOB_NAME%>’ notification – Success

Example: JOB_SUCCESS_MAIL_SUBJECT=Scheduled Job implemented successfully

Job Error Mail To

When a scheduled job fails, Intellicus can notify users about the failure.  Specify email IDs where mails should be sent in case a schedule fails.  Make use of comma or semi colon to separate two email IDs.

Syntax: JOB_ERROR_MAIL_TO=[email addresses separated by comma or semi colon](string)

Example: JOB_ERROR_MAIL_TO=admin@softwrimpl.com,smith@compadmin.com

Job Error Mail Subject

When a scheduled job fails, Intellicus can notify users about the failure.  Specify here subject that the mail should carry.

Syntax: JOB_ERROR_MAIL_SUBJECT=[Subject](string)

Default: JOB_ERROR_MAIL_SUBJECT=Schedule job ‘<%JOB_NAME%>’ notification – Failure

Example: JOB_ERROR_MAIL_SUBJECT=Scheduled job failed

SMTP Server

This property is to set Server IP address or domain name (as IP or URL) that should be used to mail the scheduled reports.  All email communications such as notifications and report delivery is done by Intellicus using this mail server.

Default: 127.0.0.1

Example: SMTP_SERVER=127.0.0.1

SMTP Server Authentication Mode

To secure the exchange of emails, Intellicus supports TLS authentication that is both credential-based or certificate-based. Select either DEFAULT or STARTTLS as the value of this property.

Default: (Default)

Example: SMTP_SERVER_AUTH_MODE=STARTTLS

SMTP Authentication

Set this property to Enable if the server used to send mails from Intellicus needs user authentication to send the mail.  Set it to Disable if it doesn’t.

Default: Disable

Example: SMTP_AUTHENTICATION=Disable

SMTP Server User

This property is to set the User ID for the SMTP Server.  User needs to set a valid user if your SMTP server authenticates before sending mails.

Default: blank

Example: SMTP_SERVER_USER= blank

SMTP Server Password

This property is to set the password to be used for SMTP Server.

Default: blank

Example: ENCR_SMTP_SERVER_PASSWORD= blank

SMTP Server Certificate File Name

You may specify the path where TLS certificate is stored under SMTP Server Certificate File Name property along with credentials if the SMTP Server Authentication Mode is set to “STARTTLS”. This certificate is used for verifying the identity at the time of sending emails.

Default: blank

Example: SMTP_SERVER_CERT_FILE_NAME= D://tlscert.cer

Secondary SMTP Server

Intellicus supports a secondary SMTP server that could act as a backup in case primary SMTP server is unavailable or email delivery fails for some reason. This property is to set Server IP address or domain name (as IP or URL) that should be used to mail the scheduled reports.

Default: blank

Example: SECONDARY_SMTP_SERVER=127.0.0.1

Secondary SMTP Server Authentication Mode

You need to specify the secondary SMTP server authentication mode as either “DEFAULT” or “STARTTLS”.

Default: (Default)

Example: SECONDARY_SMTP_SERVER_AUTH_MODE=STARTTLS

Secondary SMTP Authentication

Set this property to Enable if the secondary server used to send mails from Intellicus needs user authentication to send the mail.  Set it to Disable if it doesn’t.

Default: Disable

Example: SECONDARY_SMTP_AUTHENTICATION=Disable

Secondary SMTP Server User

You may specify the user name for the secondary server in case Secondary SMTP Authentication is enabled.

Default: blank

Example: SECONDARY_SMTP_SERVER_USER=administrator

Secondary SMTP Server Password

You may specify the password for the secondary server in case Secondary SMTP Authentication is enabled.

Default: blank

Example: SECONDARY_SMTP_SERVER_PASSWORD=intelli@123

Secondary SMTP Server Certificate File Name

You may specify the path where TLS certificate is stored under Secondary SMTP Server Certificate File Name property along with credentials if the Secondary SMTP Server Authentication Mode is set to “STARTTLS”. This certificate is used for verifying the identity at the time of sending emails.

Default: blank

Example: SMTP_SERVER_CERT_FILE_NAME= D://tlscert.cer

Scheduler Job History Purge Time (days)

This is the schedule job history purge time specified in days.  Specify 0 to disable history purging.

Default: 7

Example: SCHD_JOB_HISTORY_PURGE_TIME=7

Scheduler Pending Job Queue Size

This property sets the maximum number of scheduler jobs that can be queued.  Specify a positive integer.

Default: 500

Example: SCHD_PENDING_JOB_QUEUE_SIZE=500

Scheduler Enabled

This is to enable/disable scheduler feature.

Default: Enable

Example: SCHEDULER_ENABLED=Enable