The Authlogics Authentication Server uses various HTML based templates for sending alerts via email. These templates can be customised to include different formatting and content as needed. The templates contain HTML comment tag placeholders which are dynamically updated prior to sending an alert.
Authlogics uses Inlined CSS formatted email bodies to improve visual compatibility with various email clients. Non-Inlined CSS templates must be converted into an Inlined CSS format using a tool such as https://htmlemail.io/inline/ before use.
The original Non-Inlined CSS templates are located in the C:\Program Files\Authlogics Authentication Server\Custom\ folder on the Authlogics Authentication Server and end with "-source.html"
Creating a custom template
- Locate the template file to customise which ends with "-source.html" and make a copy of it on a PC with an HTML editor.
- Update the template with your required changes taking care NOT to remove or break comment placeholder tags such as: "<!-- FirstName -->".
- When editing is complete, select all the text and copy it to the clipboard.
- Open the web site https://htmlemail.io/inline/
- Paste the text into the "Input: Source HMTL/CSS" box to convert the file.
- Click "Download" to get a local copy of the new template file and rename it to the same name as the original template file without "-source". e.g. PasswordResetTemplate-source.html -> PasswordResetTemplate.html
- Copy the new template file to the C:\Program Files\Authlogics Authentication Server\Custom\ folder on the Authlogics Authentication Server.
Warning: Do not overwrite the HTML files in the C:\Program Files\Authlogics Authentication Server\ folder with your custom templates. While doing so may work, the customisations will be overwritten during a future update/upgrade of the Authlogics Authentication Server by the installer. Custom files placed in the \Custom folder will not be overwritten.
Note: Based on Authlogics Authentication Server 4.0.1752.0.