You can use ESET PROTECT to configure SMTP settings on client workstations so that threat or event notification emails are sent to a designated email address. You can also configure ESET endpoint settings to send SMTP messages from client workstations.
Make sure SMTP Server is configured.
Endpoint users: Perform these steps on individual client workstations
Click Notifications, select the check box next to the notification you want to configure, and then click Actions → Edit.
Click the toggle under Enabled to enable it.
Click Distribution and type the email address you want this notification sent to into the Email Address field.
Click Finish. Repeat the steps above to configure the other Notifications listed in step 2.
Click the toggle next to Send event notifications by email.
Type your server address into the SMTP server field. If necessary, enter the username and password needed for authentication.
Type the email address you want notifications to be sent to in the Recipient address field; type the email address you want to be displayed as the sender in the Sender address field.
Select your desired verbosity level from the Minimum verbosity for notifications drop-down menu. Click here for more information about verbosity levels.
All clients assigned to this policy will now send SMTP threat notifications to the email address (Recipient address) you specified in step 3.