Yes, you are able to receive an email message alert so no matter where the user(s) is, you can be notified.
* This requires the transmitting device (Computer, MBB or TSM) to have internet access and an active email account in order to transmit the alert message(s).
From the favorite screen, tap to reveal the available tabs and select Commands & Settings on the right.
Select the tab labeled Alerts Setup
Select the tab labeled Email Setup
You will now setup the email address of which N2KView will use to send out the message and the default email address where the alters to be sent to.
**Popular e-mail server settings **
Once you have entered all settings, select the Test to verify connectivity and settings.
Verify you received an email with subject N2KView Test Email.
Now enter any additional email addresses you wish to be included in the notification of an alert.
Select Save and close the configuration windows
Additional details can be found via the N2KView User Manual Section 10.4.5
If you did not receive a confirmation test email
- Verify all server, port and account settings
- Your account may require 2-Factor authentication (App-Password)
Get an App Password for GMail
Login into your Gmail account and enter Account settings
Select the Security option on the left-hand side
Navigate to the App passwords section
Select the Select app to reveal a drop-down list
Select option labeled Other (Custom name)
Label the program N2KView, then click the tab GENERATE
Utilize the newly generated password back into the N2KView application email setup
Get an App Password for Outlook
Once you've set up two-step verification, you need to obtain an App Password to be able to connect again to your account in Outlook Desktop, Outlook Mobile or another Mail App using the EAS protocol.
For additional support or questions please contact Maretron Support at Support@Maretron.com or (866) 550-9100.
Article Number: 698
Posted: Fri, Jun 21, 2019 2:44 PM
Last Updated: Fri, Jun 21, 2019 2:56 PM
Online URL: https://www.maretron.com/support/knowledgebase/phpkbv7/article.php?id=698