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Smtp email not working

Theofilos Tziallas 2 years ago in bOS Configurator updated by Oti Dénia 5 months ago 9

Hi all , i am trying to send email notification when a light is on , i am doing the procedure as u can look at the photos but i do not get any message. i also have enable the less security apps on my gmail

Any ideas?

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Hello,

try setting the smtp server as imap.gmail.com and try again (also make sure login credentials are set correctly).

We've re-tested this in the office today and it works normally.

This issue may also be related to your weather not working, so setting the DNS and maybe remote session to resolve thre syncing issue may be required to resolve this problem as well.

Best regards

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Problem solved with a reboot . Now email function is working


Thanks a lot for your support

Good afternoon

the last 7 days i dont recieve email notifications 


I tried a reboot , i tried the last server update ,or do the procedure again from the start but still not working

Any ideas?? Thx

Solved !!!! i had enable the verification to gmail with 2 steps , i disable it and the problem solved

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Hi,

If you care for extra security, you don't need to disable the 2FA on Gmail.

Enable the 2FA again, find the Application Specific Password settings, and create a new random password for using SMTP on bOS.

https://support.google.com/mail/answer/185833?hl=en-GB


This way you can keep the extra layer of the 2FA security on your account, while having a specific password for bOS.

Best regard

Hey,

Just a reminder that on 30.05.22 Gmail will close the access for less secure apps. More info on Google

Hello,


For what I know, I think that "Less secure apps" setting is different from "App specific passwords":

For using App specific passwords, you need to activate the 2-factor authentication.

"Some apps and devices use less secure sign-in technology, which makes your account vulnerable. You can turn off access for these apps, which we recommend, or turn it on if you want to use them despite the risks. Google will automatically turn this setting OFF if it’s not being used."

"This setting is not available for accounts with 2-Step Verification enabled. Such accounts require an application-specific password for less secure apps access."

I use the Gmail with app specific password, and apparently it won't be affected. But feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.

Best regards

thank you i setup 2 step and new unic password for emails sent from comfortclick. and it works.