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Property:

mail.server

Example Value:

mail.server = smtp.my.edu

Informational Note:

The address on which your outgoing SMTP email server can be reached.

Property:

mail.server.username

Example Value:

mail.server.username = myusername

Informational Note:

SMTP mail server authentication username, if required. This property is optional.

Property:

mail.server.password

Example Value:

mail.server.password = mypassword

Informational Note:

SMTP mail server authentication password, if required. This property is optional.

Property:

mail.server.port

Example Value:

mail.server.port = 25

Informational Note:

The port on which your SMTP mail server can be reached. By default, port 25 is used. Change this setting if your SMTP mailserver is running on another port. This property is optional.

Property:

mail.from.address

Example Value:

mail.from.address = dspace-noreply@myu.edu

Informational Note:

The "From" address for email. Change the 'myu.edu' to the site's host name.

Property:

feedback.recipient

Example Value:

feedback.recipient = dspace-help@myu.edu

Informational Note:

When a user clicks on the feedback link/feature, the information will be sent to the email address of choice. This configuration is currently limited to only one recipient. This is also the email address displayed on the contacts page.

Property:

mail.admin

Example Value:

mail.admin = dspace-help@myu.edu

Example Value:

Email address of the general site administrator (Webmaster).  System notifications/reports and other sysadmin emails are sent to this email address.

Property:mail.admin.name
Example Value:mail.admin.name = DSpace Administrator
Example Value:Name associated with the mail.admin email address.

Property:

alert.recipient

Example Value:

alert.recipient = john.doe@myu.edu

Informational Note:

Enter the recipient for server errors and alerts. This property is optional and defaults to the ${mail.admin} setting

Property:

registration.notify

Example Value:

registration.notify = mike.smith@myu.edu

Informational Note:

Enter the recipient that will be notified when a new user registers on DSpace. This property is optional & defaults to no value.

Property:

mail.charset

Example Value:

mail.charset = UTF-8

Informational Note:

Set the default mail character set. This may be over-ridden by providing a line inside the email template '#set($charset = "encoding")'.  Otherwise this default is used.

Property:

mail.allowed.referrers

Example Value:

mail.allowed.referrers = localhost

Informational Note:

A comma separated list of hostnames that are allowed to refer browsers to email forms. This property is optional.  UNSUPPORTED in DSpace 7.0

Property:

mail.extraproperties

Example Value:


Code Block
mail.extraproperties = mail.smtp.socketFactory.port=465, \
       mail.smtp.socketFactory.class=javax.net.ssl.SSLSocketFactory, \
       mail.smtp.socketFactory.fallback=false


Informational Note:

If you need to pass extra settings to the Java mail library. Comma separated, equals sign between the key and the value. This property is optional.

Property:

mail.server.disabled

Example Value:

mail.server.disabled = false

Informational Note:

An option is added to disable the mailserver. By default, this property is set to 'false'. By setting value to 'true', DSpace will not send out emails. It will instead log the subject of the email which should have been sent. This is especially useful for development and test environments where production data is used when testing functionality. This property is optional.

Property:

mail.session.name

Example Value:

mail.session.name = myDSpace

Informational Note:

Specifies the name of a javax.mail.Session object stored in JNDI under java:comp/env/mail.  The default value is "Session".

Property:

default.language

Example Value:

default.language = en_US

Informational Note:

If no other language is explicitly stated in the submission-forms.xml, the default language will be attributed to the metadata values.  See also Multilingual Support

Property:mail.message.headers
Example Value:

mail.message.headers = subject

mail.message.headers = charset

Informational Note:When processing a message template, setting a Velocity variable whose name is one of the values of this configuration property will add or replace a message header of the same name, using the value of the variable as the header's value.  See "Templates can set message headers".

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Configuring Multilingual Support

[i18n – Locales]See Multilingual Support for more details/examples.

Setting the Default Language for the Application

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