Applies to: All Reolink cameras and NVRs except for the cameras in the NVR kit
You may follow the steps below to set up an email alert for your device on Reolink Client.
Step 1. Log in to your camera and go to camera Settings-> Surveillance -> Email.
Step 2. Fill in the information required.
Please choose the right SMTP Server, enable SSL or TLS, enter the right SMTP port, Sender Address, Password, Recipient Address 1. And choose the Email Content, Interval, and Schedule based on your need. Then click Save.
- SMTP Server and STMP Port: The SMTP Server and the SMTP Port of the Sender Address.
The SMTP Server and the SMTP Port may vary depending on your email service provider. If you are using Gmail as the Sender Email, you may leave the default SMTP Server (smtp.gmail.com) and default Port (465) unchanged. However, if you set other emails, such as Hotmail, Yahoo mail, as the Sender Email, you will need to input the corresponding SMTP server & SMTP port.
- Sender Address: Input the address of the email that sends out motion alert emails.
- Password: Input the password of the sender email.
- Recipient Address: Input the address of the email that receives motion alert emails. The recipient address can be the same as the sender's address.
- Attachment: Select the content (text or pictures or videos) that will be attached to the motion-alert motion emails.
- Email Interval: Once set, only one motion-alert email will be sent if the alarm is triggered multiple times during the time interval. Note: Once the battery-powered camera goes into standby mode, the configuration of the email interval will be invalid. More than one motion-alert email will be sent if the camera is triggered frequently.
- Email Schedule: Set up the time that you want your cameras to send you an email alert. It is currently not available to Reolink NVRs and Reolink battery-powered cameras. Skip this step when setting up email for NVRs and battery-powered cameras on Reolink Client.
- Only when you can choose the Enable button can you set the schedule.
- One grid represents one hour.
- The blue grid (Motion) means that the email will be sent when motions detected, while the dark grey one (Timer) means the email will be sent according to the interval time you set above, and the light grey one (None) means no email will be sent.
Step 3: Click the Email Test to verify whether the information you have entered is correct.
You will see Succeeded if the email is set up successfully.
If you see Failed, please refer to this article to troubleshoot the issue.