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Pantsu
Nickel

mail alert from checkpoint

I want receive email notifications from checkpoint about critical alerts (anty virus, ips, anti-bot) , i find it in smartevent , but when i create new ' Automatic reaction' there are only "Outgoing mail server (SMTP)" Parameter, i think it is not enough  , where i can enter my email credentials (Username and password ) and POP Parameters, i think those  are necessary .

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Admin
Admin

Re: mail alert from checkpoint

Neither of those options are supported.
They also should not be required (or are generally not) for internal SMTP servers.
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Pantsu
Nickel

Re: mail alert from checkpoint

Thanks for you reply, but i did't understand ,

1) Is it possible  to receive email from my Server  ? 
2) How it send me email with only those few parameter (without credentials).

Admin
Admin

Re: mail alert from checkpoint

You need an SMTP mail server that will accept email sent from your SmartEvent without authentication.
Usually both the SmartEvent server and an SMTP server are inside your protected network.
Pantsu
Nickel

Re: mail alert from checkpoint

We have SMTP mail server, but it is in cloud (smtp.office365.com)
1) how i can use this server to accept email sent from my SmartEvent?
2) which would be source , who would send me this email from SmartEvent , if i did not put somewhere mail credentials in SmartEvent .
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Admin
Admin

Re: mail alert from checkpoint

The built-in mail feature in SmartEvent Automatic Reaction does not currently support using SMTP Authentication, which would be required to support Office 365.
You should be able to write a script that calls /sbin/sendmail on the management server that supplies the required credentials to send the email.
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