Table of Contents
- Create a new app
- Give the app a name
- Choose the Web Integrator App type
- Create a new flow
- Give the flow a name and select the Timer to start
- Click on the newly created flow
- Add a ?Send Mail? activity
- Configure the properties
- App specific passwords
- Add receivers
- The subject
- Your message
- Push the App!
Communication in our daily life is incredibly important, so why should that be any different when you're building integration processes? Sending emails is still considered an important part of day to day operations. For example when errors occur in your integration flows, you might want to send an email. In this tutorial I'll walk you through sending an email, and in my case I'll use Gmail as provider.
Note: you might need to create an ?App Specific Password? if your account uses two-factor authentication
Rather than a lot of text, I thought it would be nice to see a lot of pictures this time around :)
Note: This slide uses Gmail, though you can use any other mail provider as well
If your email account uses two-factor authentication you need to create an ?App Password? like here for Gmail
On the ?Input? add the recipients (comma separated if you want more than one)
The next step is to add the subject line
Finally input the message that you want to send
In a few seconds your app will start and send you an email! Let me know your thoughts on this tutorial either by commenting below or posting something on the TIBCO Community!