Notifications are essential for keeping track of the overall state of your network. When a new event occurs (based on the notification configuration), you will be notified by an email to the specified email address and you can respond accordingly.

You can configure automatic notifications based on specific events such as detected threats, out-of-date endpoints, and more. See the Notification Description for more information about a specific notification and its trigger. The SMTP server required for sending the notifications is configured automatically, so no additional modification is required.


All notification templates are displayed in the list and can be filtered by Name or Description.

Click Add Filter to add filtering criteria and/or enter a string into the Name, Description or Username fields.

Select an existing notification and click Actions to:

oEnable / Disable: set the Status of the notification. Disabled notifications are not evaluated.

oEdit: change the settings and distribution of the notification.


In the Edit Notification window you can configure specific notification settings.

All notifications are initially set to Disabled by default. If you are editing an enabled notification and you want to disable the notification, click the slider enabled and its status will change to Disabled disabled .

You can than specify the recipients of a  notification by adding an email address associated with an existing Device User or, Importing a .csv list.

After you specify the recipients of notifications, you need to select the language in which the notification will be generated and the timezone in which they will be distributed. Lastly, select the target static group that will be monitored by the notification. Once the event that triggers the notification occurs, an email message with information about the event will be delivered to the specified recipients.