7. Mail setting
When the communication with the projector monitored by the theft detector is disrupted, a warning mail can be sent
to the designated address, enabling to serve for early detection of the projector theft.
The mail setting can not be set at every projector and every group. The same setting should be set for all projectors.
Connection with mail server
Connect the mail server to the network to which the controller PC and the projector are connected that
"ProjectorView Global+" is operating.
7.2. Mail setting
Designate the address of the mail server and the address of the destination to be sent.
• As for the network environment, confirm to the network administrator.
(1) Select "E-mail Setting" from "Set Configuration" of the menu bar on the main screen.
• "E-mail Setting" window is displayed.
(2) Input the setting item for the network environment, and click [Add].
SMTP IP address
7.3. Sending test mail
After completing the setting of the each item on the E-mail Setting window, a test mail can be sent to confirm whether
the mail is correctly delivered to the destination. When clicking [E-mail test] at the upper right on the E-mail Setting
window, the test mail is issued. Confirm whether the mail is correctly delivered to the destination address.
• If the test mail is not correctly received, confirm the address of the mail server and the destination, and the
connection status of the network. For details, make an inquiry to the network administrator.
• The mail may possibly not be delivered depending on the certification function of the mail server. For details, make
an inquiry to the network administrator.
• When the communication with a registered projector is disrupted, a theft check error dialog is displayed.
However, the projector list isn't updated at the same time because it takes some time to update the list.
Input the IP address of the mail server (Example: 192.168.7.230), or input the
domain name (Example: mail.example.com).
Input the character line described in From column of the mail header.
Input the character line described in Subject column of the mail header.
Input the IP address of the destination to be sent within 65 one-byte characters.
(Up to 3 places can be designated at the maximum.)