Send Email Notification¶
The Email Notification Node allows you to send quick and easy emails during sessions or for in-house communications without requiring any provider settings to be set up in the UI. Instead, you can configure the necessary provider settings in the environment variables and secrets. Only one provider can be set up at a time.
- Your SMTP Server settings need to be adjusted to use the internal Cognigy Email notification.
- Email attachments are restricted (for example, files, images). If required, use Send SMTP Email Node.
This Node supports both Basic Auth and OAuth2 authentication methods.
If you have on-premises installation, you need to add the following parameters to the
smtpEmailNotificationCredentials: authType: "oauth2" oauth2: user: "<smtp-server>@domain.com" clientId: "your client id" clientSecret: "your client secret" refreshToken: "your refresh token" accessToken: "your access token"
EMAIL_NOTIFICATION_SMTP_FROM: "<smtp-server>@domain.com" EMAIL_NOTIFICATION_SMTP_AUTH_TYPE: "oauth2" EMAIL_NOTIFICATION_SMTP_EMAIL_SERVICE_TYPE: "<email service, for example, Outlook365>" EMAIL_NOTIFICATION_SMTP_OAUTH2_TOKEN_ACCESS_URL: "<provider token access url, for example, for Microsoft https://login.microsoftonline.com/common/oauth2/v2.0/token, for Google https://accounts.google.com/o/oauth2/token>" EMAIL_NOTIFICATION_SMTP_OAUTH2_EXPIRY_DATE_UNIX_TIMESTAMP: "<unix timestamp for the current accessToken, for example, 1681382246000>" EMAIL_NOTIFICATION_SMTP_TLS_REQUIRED: "<tls method, for example, 'tls' for default TLS on port 443, 'starttls' to upgrade an insecure connection on the same port, or 'none' to connect without TLS>"
smtpEmailNotificationCredentials: authType: "basic" basic: username: "<your email client's username>" password: "<your email clientl's password>"
EMAIL_NOTIFICATION_SMTP_AUTH_TYPE: "basic" EMAIL_NOTIFICATION_SMTP_HOST: "<SMTP_HOST>" EMAIL_NOTIFICATION_SMTP_PORT: "<SMTP_PORT>" EMAIL_NOTIFICATION_SMTP_FROM: "<smtp-server>@domain.com" EMAIL_NOTIFICATION_SMTP_TLS_REQUIRED: "<tls method, for example, 'tls' for default TLS on port 443, 'starttls' to upgrade an insecure connection on the same port, or 'none' to connect without TLS>"
Recipient TO Email Addresses¶
Comma-separated list of email addresses to send the email to.
The subject of the email.
The content of the email. The field supports basic rich text editing.
Store location of SMTP Request result¶
Can be set to Don't store result (default), Input, or Context. If set to Input or Context, you can define a location for the result within Input or Context. The result of the sent mail response will then be put at that location.
Stop on Error¶
If switched on, the flow execution will halt in case the mail-sending fails.
CC Email Addresses¶
The CC recipients of your email.
BCC Email Addresses¶
The BCC recipients of your email.
Execute Request asynchronous¶
If switched on, the flow execution will continue directly after the Send Email Node was triggered. If turned-off, flow execution will wait until the email is sent.
The email will be sent with templating around it, looking roughly like this:
The recipient will get the email notification