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UTMStack offers a comprehensive configuration module where administrators can adjust various settings to customize the application according to their organizational preferences. Here’s a detailed breakdown:

SMS Notifications using Twilio

UTMStack has integrated with Twilio, a renowned cloud communications platform, to facilitate SMS notifications. To ensure timely and accurate SMS delivery, it’s crucial to configure the following parameters:

  • Twilio Authentication Token: This secret token is used to authenticate your Twilio account. Ensure you enter the correct token to maintain seamless communication.

  • Twilio Account SID: Your unique Twilio Account identifier. It’s crucial for distinguishing and authorizing your Twilio account.

  • Twilio Virtual Phone Number: This is the dedicated phone number from which SMS notifications will be sent. It must be procured from your Twilio dashboard.

Email Notifications

Configure the email settings to send emails notifications for the alerts and incidents:

  • Mail Server Password: The password for your email server to authenticate and send out notifications.

  • UTMStack email address: The official UTMStack email address that will be used to send out notifications.

  • UTMStack base url: For example:

  • Mail Server Host: For example:

  • Mail Server Port: Typically, the port can be 587.

  • Mail Server Username: The username for your email server.

  • Encryption type: Choose the encryption protocol for your email server. Options include:

    • TLS
    • SSL
    • NONE

Two Factor Authentication (2FA)

2FA is a security mechanism where users must provide two separate verification methods to access an account or application. This feature enhances the application’s security:

  • Enable Two Factor Authentication: Toggle this option to enable or disable 2FA for user access.

Alerts Configuration

Define settings for alert and incident notifications:

  • Emails to notify incidents: List down the email addresses that should receive incident notifications.

  • Emails to notify alerts: Specify the email addresses that should receive alert notifications.

Date Settings

Set your default time zone and date format preferences:

  • Time Zone: Choose the time zone in which you want to view the logs. By default, logs are stored in UTC.

  • Date Format: Choose your preferred date format, such as Medium.