Configure event collection from email Configure an inbound email action to send email notifications when events and alerts are triggered. Before you beginRole required: admin About this taskWhen you add an inbound email action to send email, Event Management uses inbound email actions to process inbound email in the same manner as any external event. The email content is used to generate and update events, use rules to generate alerts, or change event severity. The severity is updated after the impact calculation and stored in the em_impact_status table. Procedure Navigate to System Properties > Email Properties. In the Inbound Email Configuration section, in the Email receiving enabled option, select Yes to enable the collection of events from email. To configure the email information to pass to Event Management for event and alert processing, navigate to System Policy > Email > Inbound Actions and in the list of Inbound Email Actions records search for and open the default create event form. In the Inbound Email Actions form, specify these values. Field Value Active Select the check box to enable the email notification. Description Type a description for this email message. Target table Select Event [em_event]. Action type Select Record Action. Click the Actions tab and select these Field Actions. [Severity] [To] [<the event severity>] [Type] [From email] [<portion of the email>]For example, you can select Subject as the portion of the email to use. To customize the inbound parameters and map the text to event variables, add a Script. For example: current.source = 'email'; current.event_class = 'email'; current.description = email.body_text; current.time_of_event = new GlideDateTime(); current.insert(); From the instance, send an email that contains matching data, and then confirm that the event or alert information appears in Event Management. For more information sending email messages to create an instance, see Inbound email actions. Note: Ensure that the user who sends the email has the evt_mgmt_integration role. Click Submit. ResultThe inbound email is sent to the em_event table and regular Event Management processes continue, for example, event rules and alert action rules run.