Here you can configure email parameters for sending various system messages (notifications, reports, and so on).
In this field, you can enter the email address from which system messages should be sent. Filling in this field is obligatory for sending messages by email.
To prevent unsolicited messages, you should add an SPF record to the DNS zone of your domain. In the record, you should indicate a list of servers from which messages can be sent on behalf of your domain. If a message is sent from a server which is not indicated in the SPF record, the message is blocked by the mail system.
If there is no SPF record, add a new record in the DNS zone settings and enter the following line:
If there is an SPF record on the client side, add the following line to it:
System messages can be sent using your SMTP server. To adjust this setting, enter the email address and activate the SMTP server option. Next, specify the server, port, login, and password. Make sure that the protocol (smtp or smtps) is specified in the server address. Usually, ports 25 and 587 are used for smpt, and 465 — for smtps.