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Introduction
Certain SMTP servers require the use of SSL / TLS to ensure secure communications (e.g. Office 365). These instructions explain how to enable this functionality on SecureAuth IdP.
Applies to
SecureAuth IdP VersionOS Version
7.x+
  • Windows Server 2008
  • Windows Server 2008 R2
  • Windows Server 2012
  • Windows Server 2012 R2
SecureAuth IdP Configuration Steps

Select the version pertinent to the SecureAuth IdP version installed on the appliance

Overview

 

1. In the Advanced Settings section, click Email Settings

Email Settings

 

2. In the Email Settings section, under SMTP, select True from the SSL dropdown

Click Save once the configurations have been completed and before leaving the Email Settings page to avoid losing changes

Overview

 

1. In the Email Settings section, under SMTP, select True from the SSL dropdown

Click Save once the configurations have been completed and before leaving the Overview page to avoid losing changes

These instructions explain how to edit SecureAuth IdP configuration files and can impact the operation of the appliance. Serious problems can occur if incorrect modifications are made. Therefore, be sure to execute these steps carefully.

For added protection, back up the files before modifying them. In the event the configuration needs to be reverted after edits are made, the original files can then be restored.

If unsure about executing these changes to the files or if detecting issues when following these steps, contact SecureAuth Support for assistance.

Hot Fix for SecureAuth IdP Versions 7.5.0 and 7.5.1

A hot fix is required for SecureAuth IdP versions 7.5.0 and 7.5.1 to resolve an issue with SSL / TLS SMTP support – contact SecureAuth Support to obtain this patch 

System Info

 

1. On the SecureAuth IdP Web Admin, select the System Info tab

2. In the Links section, click the link named Click to edit Web Config file.

Web Config Editor

 

3. In the Web Config Editor page, find the <!-- smtp --> section

4. Locate the userName entry in this section – e.g. userName="security@secureauth.com" />

5. Add enableSsl="true" to the userName entry as follows 

     userName="example@yourcompany.com" enableSsl="true" />
 

Click Save once the configurations have been completed and before leaving the Web Config Editor page to avoid losing changes