When to use this connector
To send emails, you need to create an Outbound Email connection.
Read how to send emails in Etlworks Integrator.
Creating a connection
Start creating inbound Email connection by opening the Connections window, clicking the
+ button and typing
- Host - the outbound email server host.
- Port - the outbound email server port.
- User - the user name.
- Password - the password.
- Start TLS - if true, this enables the use of the STARTTLS command (if supported by the server) to switch the connection to a TLS-protected connection before issuing any login command.
- Enable SSL - if true, Integrator will use the SSL port by default.
- From - the "from" email address.
- To - the "to" email address.
- CC - the "cc" email address.
- BCC - the "bcc" email address.
- Subject - the email subject.
- Message - the message body. If an outbound email connection is used in a source-destination pair, the message body will be automatically populated as part of the FROM->TO transformation.
- Header - an optional header that will be added before the message body.
- Footer - an optional footer that will be added after the message body.
- Folder - the name of the folder on the email server to copy the message to.
- File - the name of a file to attach to the message.
- Content Type - an optional email content type, for example text/html.
- Content Encoding - optional character encoding for the message body. Use it when you wish to re-encode the message (for example to
UT-8). "No encoding" means there will be no additional encoding.
- Properties - additional comma-separated connection properties in a key-value format. Read more about JavaMail connection properties.