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2_6_0:admin:itop_configuration_file [2019/02/21 17:54]
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 ====== Configuration Parameters ====== ====== Configuration Parameters ======
 +<note warning>​Since the iTop configuration is stored - and processed - as a PHP document, PHP code injection //is// possible via the configuration editor. If you think that letting iTop administrators interactively edit the configuration file is too risky (for example if iTop is installed on a server shared with other applications),​ you can completely disable the interactive configuration editor. To disable the interactive editor, set the following configuration parameter (in the '​module_settings'​ section of the configuration file):
  
 +<​code>​
 +'​itop-config'​ => array(
 +    '​config_editor'​ => '​disabled',​
 +)
 +</​code>​
 +
 +</​note>​
 ===== Overview ===== ===== Overview =====
 Located in the the ''​conf/​production''​ directory, the file itop-config.php contains all the configuration parameters of iTop. Located in the the ''​conf/​production''​ directory, the file itop-config.php contains all the configuration parameters of iTop.
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 | email_asynchronous | bool | Yes | If set, the emails are sent off line, which requires cron.php to be activated. Exception: some features like the email test utility will force the serialized mode | false | | email_asynchronous | bool | Yes | If set, the emails are sent off line, which requires cron.php to be activated. Exception: some features like the email test utility will force the serialized mode | false |
 | email_css | string | No | CSS that will be applied to the contents of the email. See lib/​email.css for an example (optional) | .caselog_header {color: red;} | | email_css | string | No | CSS that will be applied to the contents of the email. See lib/​email.css for an example (optional) | .caselog_header {color: red;} |
-| email_default_sender_address | string | Yes | **New in 2.5.0** Email used as the sender, when none specified. eg. Test notification, Forgotten password, synchro error,... are sending emails using this default. | empty |+| email_default_sender_address | string | Yes | **New in 2.5.0** Email used as the sender, when none specified. eg. Test notification,​ synchro error,... are sending emails using this default. | empty |
 | email_default_sender_label | string | Yes | **New in 2.5.0** Label used for sender, when none specified. | empty | | email_default_sender_label | string | Yes | **New in 2.5.0** Label used for sender, when none specified. | empty |
 | email_transport | string | Yes | Mean to send emails: PHPMail (uses the function mail()) or SMTP (implements the client protocole) | PHPMail | | email_transport | string | Yes | Mean to send emails: PHPMail (uses the function mail()) or SMTP (implements the client protocole) | PHPMail |
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