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Oozie Forum

SMTP Configuration for Gmail

  • #50388
    Amudhan K

    Hello Everyone,
    I am trying to run a oozie workflow with email action, but I don’t know how to configure oozie and postfix for smtp configuration with gmail. Initially I was working with Ubuntu Linux, where it was easy to configure them both, so I was successfully receiving email actions. But now I’m working with HDP 2, and I tried with many steps given in the internet for the smtp configuration in centOS 6, nothing worked out.
    So please can anyone help me in this issue.

    Comments are welcome.
    Amudhan K,
    Data Engineer

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  • #79655
    Rajeshl Raju

    Hi Amudhan,

    Have you found the solution?

    Let me know i am trying on this.



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