Notification Settings

EventLog Analyzer distributes the scheduled and automatically-generated reports to users via email. It notifies users with alerts via both email and SMS.
The email and SMS settings can be configured according to your environment's requirements.


Email Settings

To configure or change email settings,



  1. Enter the name of the outgoing mail server which EventLog Analyzer should use.

  2. Enter the port number of the outgoing mail server.

  3. If the option Authentication Required is selected, the mail server will ask for authentication on every login.

  4. Enter the username and password of the mail server account which EventLog Analyzer will use.

  5. To ensure mail communication is secure, select TLS or SSL in Use Secure Connection.

  6. In Sender Address, enter the email addresses of the users to whom the reports and alert notifications need to be sent.

  7. Click Send Test Email to verify if the mail server settings are correct and the email addresses are valid.

  8. Click Save to complete configuring mail server settings.

If the email server is not configured here, EventLog Analyzer prompts you to configure email settings at the report profile and alert profile creation UI.   



SMS Settings

To configure or change SMS settings,

GSM Modem Configuration

Custom SMS Gateway Configuration


GSM Modem Configuration

To configure a GSM modem,

  1. Go to Settings > System Settings > Notification Settings > SMS Settings.
  2. In the SMS Provider drop-down field, select GSM Modem.
  3. In Modem Port Number, enter the hardware port of the EventLog Analyzer server machine to which the SMS hardware component provided by the telecom service provider is connected.
  4. Click Save Settings to complete configuration.
  5. If the SMS settings are not configured here, EventLog Analyzer prompts you to configure SMS settings at the Alert Profile Creation screen.


Steps involved in configuring the modem port and modem speed:


Requirements for establishing SMS server connection:


Custom SMS Gateway Configuration

You can configure you own custom SMS gateway, provided the gateway which is based on HTTP, SMTP or SMPP.


HTTP-based SMS Provider:

Note: Separate the HTTP parameters with ampersand (&) symbols.

Example format: userName=xxx&password=yyy&mobileNumber=%mobNo&message=%message%

where userName = the parameter which is used to denote the API authentication username
xxx = API authentication username
password = the parameter which is used to denote the API authentication password
yyy = API authentication password
mobileNumber = recipient parameter
%mobNo% = this macro denotes the user's mobile number
message = message parameter
%message% = this macro denotes the SMS message content
More HTTP Parameters - If you SMS provider requires more parameters like unicode and apiID, include them as well using the '&' sign


  • Specify the response you get from your provider to determine the success of sending the SMS.
  • Click Advanced Settings and enter the HTTP request headers specific to your SMS provider.
  • Select the check box Convert Message into Unicode to send SMS in Unicode format.
  • Click Save Settings to complete configuration.


    SMTP-based SMS Provider:




    SMPP-based SMS Provider:

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