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When a page has been changed, WebSite-Watcher can automatically send e-mails to one or more recipients. In that section you have to enter your mail server configuration.
The Template section contains basic e-mail configurations such as name and mail address of the sender or recipient. To enter more than one e-mail address to the Recipient field, you have to separate them with a comma or a blank.
The Subject and Body fields can contain variables which will be replaced with real values when e-mails are sent. The body field is only used when sending e-mails in TEXT format. Supported variables can be found in topic Send e-mails when changes are detected
Max E-Mail Size:
If you send e-mails in HTML format with embedded images, you can limit the max size of the e-mails. WebSite-Watcher will remove images from the e-mail as long as the size larger than the configured max value.
By default, WebSite-Watcher performs a bookmark check run and sends queued e-mails afterwards. That means, that checking bookmarks and sending e-mails must not share available resources.
With the advanced sending rules it is possible to send queued e-mails independently from bookmark check runs. With that option you have more flexibility and e-mails can be sent earlier if you have many bookmarks and a check run takes a long time.
If at least one e-mail exists in the outbox, then WebSite-Watcher will login to the SMTP server and send the queued e-mails (but not more than the max. number of configured e-mails). If there are still queued e-mails in the outbox available, then WebSite-Watcher will wait the configured time between SMTP logins, make a new login and send the next bunch of e-mails. This is repeated until all bookmarks are sent.
Defines the time in seconds between SMTP logins.
The black list can be used to suppress sending e-mails if the page contains a pre-defined black listed text (eg. "could not connect to database").
Enter one phrase per line. Entries are case-insensitive. Wildcards or regular expressions are not supported.
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