Configure Email and Agents

You can use Fusion Middleware Control to configure common email settings that are used by agents.

Advanced configuration settings are described in Configure and Manage Agents.

Use Fusion Middleware Control to Configure Scheduler Email Settings that Affect Agents

Configuring email settings that affect agents ensures users and other notification recipients receive messages appropriately.

Before you begin this procedure, ensure that you're familiar with the information in .

  1. Go to the Overview page.
  2. Display the Mail tab of the Configuration page as appropriate.
  3. Click Lock and Edit to enable changes to be made.
  4. Complete the following options:
    • SMTP Server

    • Port

    • Display name of sender

      This option is used in the SMTP From field as a meaningful substitution for the sender's address.

    • Email address of sender

      This option specifies the email address on the SMTP Server that's used as the sender's reply-to address for all mail sent from the Scheduler. The initial value is, which you must change to reflect a valid email address. Note that if you want to indicate that email recipients needn't reply, add or to this field.

    • Username

    • Password

    • Confirm password

    • Number of retries upon failure

    • Maximum recipients

    • Addressing method To, Blind Copy Recipient (Bcc)

    • Connection Security

    • Specify CA certificate source

    • CA certificate directory

    • CA certificate file

      You can use the default CA certificate provided with the Oracle Analytics Server installation, to configure SMTP through SSL. The CA certificate is located in ORACLE_HOME/bi/modules/

    • SSL certificate verification depth

    • SSL cipher list

  5. Click Apply, then click Activate Changes.
  6. Return to the Overview page and click Restart.

For information about advanced configuring settings for agents, see Configure and Manage Agents.

For information about corresponding configuration file elements, see Map User Interface Labels with Configuration File Elements.