E-mail Notifications

KillDisk can deliver results of its sanitation process by e-mail.

Certificate, XML Report or Application Log can be e-mailed to the client, just check the related option.

When you check Use E-Mail Notifications option the next set of options: SMTP Server Settings will be available for configuration.

SMTP Server Settings

These settings allow configuring mailer settings for delivering erasing/wiping reports to user's mailbox. Simple Mail Transport Protocol (SMTP) is responsible for transmitting e-mail messages and needs to be configured properly.

These options can be configured in the Freeware version but are available for use in the Professional version only.

Account Type
KillDisk offers you a free SMTP account located on www.smtp-server.com that can be used for sending reports out. By default all the required parameters are filled and configured properly. The only field you need to type in is the e-mail address where reports will be sent to. If your corporate policy does not allow using services other than its own you need to switch this option to Custom Account and configure all the settings manually. Ask your system/network administrator to get these parameters
Type an e-mail address where erasing/wiping reports will be sent to
Type an e-mail address which you expect these reports to come from
SMTP Server
KillDisk offers you the use of smtp-server.com for a free SMTP account. This account is pre-configured for KillDisk users. Ask your system/network administrator to get the SMTP server name to be used in the Custom Account
For the free SMTP account KillDisk allows you to use smtp-server.com on port 80. This is a standard port being used by all web browsers to access the Internet. This port most likely is open on a corporate and home networks. Other ports can be filtered by and closed by a network firewall. Ask your system/network administrator to set up a proper SMTP port for the related SMTP server
SMTP Server authorization
To avoid spam and other security issues some SMTP servers require each user to be authorized before sending e-mails. In this case a proper Username and Password are required. Ask your system/network administrator to get proper configuration settings