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For any one looking for Information on "How to Setup Email Notification On Ericsson LG iPECS EMG80 / EMG 100 PBXs"? Here are some notes on how I was able to set it up within each Individual Station on the EMG 100. Once I enter the information below, the PBX was able to send a test email to me.

(2022-01-21)
How to setup Email Notification on iPECS EMG100
Once Logged into the iPECs GUI: (Example: )
Setting Indiviual Extensions VM Email Notification setting
- Go to Station Data -> Station VM Attributes (127) -> Enter Station Range
- Scroll to the bottom section - E-Mail Notification
- Turn on E-Mail Notification: (ON) {Default: ON}
- SMTP Server Address (IP or Domain Name): _________________________­_________
(Example: smtp.gmail.com )
- SMTP Port: _______________ (Example: 587 )
- SMTP Security Connection Options: _________________________________________
<No Security Connection, SSL, TLS>(Example: TLS )
- E-Mail Account ID: ________________________________________________________
(Example: <EnterYourEmailAddress>@gmail.com)
- E-Mail Account Password: __________________________________________________
(Example: <EnterYourEmailPassword> )
- Sender E-Mail Address (From): _______________________________________________
(Example: <EnterYourEmailAddress>@gmail.com )
- Receiver E-Mail Address: _______________________________________________
(Example: <EnterYourEmailAddress>@gmail.com )
- Attach Message Option: ON <Options: On, Off> {Default: ON }
- Delete Message Option: ON <Options: On, Off> {Default: OFF}
Check VM COS
- Go to System Data -> VM COS Attributes (253)
- Line 5: E-Mail Notification -> Options <Disable, Notification Only, Notification and Delete> {Default: Notification and Delete }

Hope this id helpful to some one out there.

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I wanted to add that if you use Gmail for the server, they sometimes block it because gmail doesn't recognize it as one of their secure apps. I've had to login to the gmail.com account and find a setting called "allow less secure apps" to make it work. And I think it may depend if you have a corporate gmail or free gmail account setup.


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