Fleio uses Django underneath and all Django settings related to e-mail can be set in the settings.py file.
Going through the normal Fleio bootstrap process will ask for SMTP configurations and set them accordingly.
Further modification or addition of the e-mail server settings should be done in the settings.py file.
To edit settings.py please see How to edit settings.py file.
If your SMTP server doesn’t require authentication, the minimum needed configuration for email sending to work is just one line in settings.py:
EMAIL_HOST = 'server.host.name' # ex: smtp.gmail.com
You can also configure SMTP authentication and other parameters:
EMAIL_HOST = 'server.host.name' # ex: smtp.gmail.com EMAIL_PORT = 587 # or the server PORT if non standard EMAIL_HOST_USER = 'smtpUserName' # a username, usually the e-mail address EMAIL_HOST_PASSWORD = 'UserPassword' # the smtp user password EMAIL_USE_TLS = True # True if TLS should be enabled or False otherwise EMAIL_USE_SSL = False # True if SSL should be enabled or False otherwise
All email settings are explained in the Django documentation: https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/dev/topics/email/
After you update the e-mail settings variables inside settings.py you need to restart Fleio and Celery for the changes to take effect. Exit and press y to save the changes and to restart Fleio.
If you have troubles receiving emails sent by Fleio, see Troubleshoot email messages are not sent.
Please note that if you are using Gmail for smtp, you have to enable account access for less secure apps. Visit the following link to enable access for your account: