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LogicMonitor’s Custom Email Delivery integration allows you to format alert notification emails in a more consistent format, without explanatory text. Custom email delivery enables you to define the precise format of the email subject and body, so that it can be easily parsed by the recipient system.
Emails generated by this alert delivery method are not actionable. You cannot reply to them in order to acknowledge, SDT, or escalate an alert. Additionally, only new alerts and cleared statuses will trigger notifications to this type of integration.
You can add a new Custom Email Delivery integration from Settings | Integrations. Click the Add button and then click Custom Email Delivery to open the Add Custom Email Delivery Integration configuration dialog, shown (and discussed) next.
Note: Once created, your Custom Email Delivery integration must be included as the contact method for a recipient in an escalation chain, and that escalation chain must be referenced by an alert rule in order for alert notifications to be delivered using this integration method.
The name of the integration.
The description for the integration.
This field displays the email address from which your custom email notifications will be sent. It is auto-generated by LogicMonitor based on the parameters shown and is the same sender address used for all LogicMonitor alert notifications.
The email address(es) to which alert notifications will be sent. You can separate multiple addresses with commas.
Use the ##ADMIN.EMAIL## token to dynamically reference the email address associated with the user in the escalation chain to which the alert is routed.
Both the subject and body of the alert notification email support tokens. You can use any of the following tokens in these fields:
This button sends a test alert and provides the response, allowing you to test whether the integration is configured correctly.
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