Documentation

 

 

Introduction

This document explains how to customize the From, Body, and Subject content of an email notification delivered to the end-user who requests a password reset.

In SecureAuth IdP versions 7.x to 9.0.x, the From and Body content is configurable via the Web Admin Verbiage Editor, but the Subject field is missing and must be customized via the Language file.

NOTE: The email Subject field will be included on the Verbiage Editor in the SecureAuth IdP version 9.1 release.

Applies to
SecureAuth IdP VersionOS Version
7.x - 9.0.x
  • Windows Server 2008
  • Windows Server 2008 R2
  • Windows Server 2012
  • Windows Server 2012 R2
SecureAuth IdP Configuration Steps

1. Access the SecureAuth IdP configured as the password reset realm, and start the Web Admin
 


Overview
Advanced Settings

 

2. On the Overview tab, go to the Advanced Settings section

3. Click the Content and Localization link

Verbiage Editor

 

4. On the Verbiage Editor section, find and edit the content in

  • From field: passwordreset_emailfrom and / or
  • Body section: passwordreset_emailbody

Click Save before leaving the Verbiage Editor section to retain the new setting

User Interface
Display Settings

 

2. On the User Interface tab, go to the Display Settings section

3. Use the Click to customize verbiage. link

Verbiage Editor

 

4. On the Verbiage Editor section, find and edit the content in

  • From field: passwordreset_emailfrom and / or
  • Body section: passwordreset_emailbody

Click Save before leaving the Verbiage Editor section to retain the new setting

Language File Configuration Steps

 

1. To add and configure the Subject entry, go to D:\SecureAuth\SecureAuth{realm#}\Resource – in which {realm#} is the realm number

2. Select the language file used for the email – e.g. Language_en.resx

3. Open the file in a text editor that supports the .xml file format

4. Add this entry in the file

    <data name="passwordreset_emailsubject" xml:space="preserve">
<value>Your password has been changed.</value>
</data> 

NOTE: The <value> is customizable

5. Save the edits and close the file

The configuration takes effect immediately