Sets the SMTP client certificate, certificate authority (CA) certificates bundle, and private key file paths for a Transport Layer Security (TLS) or Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) request.
Password for the private key file. If the private key file is not encrypted, you do not have to specify a private key password.
The SMTP client handle of the message that you want to remove attachments from. SMTP client handles reference system resources that are used to make SMTP requests. You can create an SMTP client handle using Open Handle.
Path to a list of trusted certificate authority (CA) certificates. If you set verify server to True, the client verifies the server's identity against this list of trusted certificates.
Path to the client certificate file for servers that require client authentication. Some servers require this file to verify the identity of the client by using a trusted CA.
Path to a private key file that is part of the client certificate and client authentication process. If the server requires client authentication, you must specify a client certificate file and a private key file. If you need to transfer this file between client systems, especially over a network, you can assign a password when you create the private key file. To use password-protected private key files with this node, wire the password to private key password.
Error conditions that occur before this node runs. The node responds to this input according to standard error behavior.
Default: No error
A Boolean value that determines whether to check the server's certificate against the list of trusted CA certificates wired to CA certificate file.
|True||This node verifies the server's identity against the list of trusted CA certificates for optimal security.|
|False||This node does not verify the server's identity and does not provide optimal security. The client can accept self-signed certificates signed by the certificate creator rather than a trusted CA.|
An SMTP client handle that references system resources that are used to make SMTP requests. You can wire this output to the handle in input of other SMTP Email nodes. Use Close Handle to dispose of the handle and free system resources when you no longer need the handle.
Error information. The node produces this output according to standard error behavior.
Where This Node Can Run:
Desktop OS: Windows
FPGA: Not supported