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SQL Server 2005 Job Agent - Setting up Notifications and Alerts

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How do I set up Notifications and Alerts for SQL Server job agents? I am trying to find where I should enter email address but can't find it. There's a drop down menu that seems like will show my options of which email address I want to select  but how do I enter and where do I enter the email/phone number for notifications or alerts or both.

I am running SQL Server 2005.

Thanks much.
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Setup your email by configuring a new "Operator". Then choose the operator from the drop down list.
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You can find Operator under SQL Server Agent in your Management Studio.
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Thank you so much for the prompt reply. All set.
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Thanks for the help. I thought by configuring something under Database Mail that it would show as a user.
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