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How to Configure Database Mail in SQL Server.

Hi all,

Let's see how to configure Database Mail in SQL Server. we will see use of same in future post.

Open SQL Server Management Studio.

Open Management and Right Click Database Mail as shown below.

Select Configure Database Mail.

Click Next on the welcome Message Screen.

Select Setup Database Mail by Performing the following task.

Click Next and Specify the Profile Name and description. Once done click on Add Button Under SMTP accounts, as shown below.

Enter Details of Mail Account. Here you need to specify the Email Address & Name of the sender and SMTP Server Name with Port Number.

Once done click on Next and select the new profile created in previous step as Default Profile under pubic profiles.

click Next and Finish. The configuration will be completed.

Let's test the setup created Right Clicking on Database Mail and select Send Test E-Mail...

Enter the Email Address, Subject and Body and click on Send Test E-Mail.

If setting were correct in above listed steps you will receive a E-mail as shown below.

That's all for today, we will discuss How to create operator in SQL and then how to use these operators in SQL for Mail Sending in case of Job success or failure.

Saurav Dhyani


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