The Email Settings Settings (for Autopilot) is available from the settings of DriveWorks Autopilot.
The autopilot feature in DriveWorks Autopilot has the ability to automatically generate SOLIDWORKS models, send emails, and process specifications. Each of these three activities (or queues) can be turned on or off independently.
With this option checked emails will be sent through DriveWorks Autopilot.
Load balancing is the ability to process tasks across multiple DriveWorks Autopilot machines.
Load balancing ensures that when a task is picked up to be processed by one DriveWorks Autopilot, then another DriveWorks Autopilot will not try and process the same task.
Load balancing is only supported on Shared Groups.
Tagging is the ability to target DriveWorks Autopilot to process a specific task.
See Autopilot for more information.
This is the number of time DriveWorks Autopilot will attempt to send an email in the event of a mail send failure. This could be caused by the following:
This is the name of the SMTP server (smtp.mycompany.com) which will be used to send the email.
This is the port number for out going mail. 25 is the standard port used, however check with your system administrator as the port may have been blocked.
Check this option if you require the email to be sent using a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) connection. An SSL connection helps protect email sent between the mail client and the server.
This is the username used to logon to the mail server.
This is the password used to logon to the mail server.
DriveWorks Quick Tips
Sending emails is a part of doing business. Sometimes it’s an email saying that a design is ready for production, other times it may be an email to a customer thanking them for their order. With DriveWorks Autopilot, these emails can be sent simply and automatically in the background, leaving you free to work on other tasks.
DriveWorks Quick Tips are a series of 1 minute videos, available on YouTube, that explain specific functionality. View all Quick Tips