Ai Protection - Alert

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MakeItEasy

Occasional Visitor
Hello,

In Ai Protection, there is an alert feature but why do I have to encode my e-mail password ?
And If I do not use any of the providers listed, can I use a custom SMTP server ?

Thanks
 

Sky

Regular Contributor
Hello,

In Ai Protection, there is an alert feature but why do I have to encode my e-mail password ?
And If I do not use any of the providers listed, can I use a custom SMTP server ?

Thanks
  1. Your email password has to be set in order for the router to send an automated message via your email service; if it is not, your email server will refuse to accept & send the message.
  2. Perhaps — if you are handy customizing Unix, otherwise no.
Sky
 

MakeItEasy

Occasional Visitor
Thanks, I created a new account for this purpose.
 

Sky

Regular Contributor
Thanks, I created a new account for this purpose.
Same thing I did. When I first set mine up I had it notifying me of everything. A few days of that and I went back in and limited the notifications to the item(s) I was really interested in.
 

MakeItEasy

Occasional Visitor
Still received nothing on my side... All alerts counters are on 0.
 
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