Configure test emails

I have an array system which can send out email notification when things go critical. I normally relay this to my SMTP server which works for my applications.

Unfortunatley this array system email config is not something i came upon before and would like a second opinion. I understand the mail server details but not the domain and sender name. Does anyone know the input format?



To configure and test email notification

Mail Server – The IP address of the SMTP mail server to use for the email messages.  If the mail server is not on the local network, make sure that the gateway IP address is configured on the General Config > LAN Configuration page.  

Domain Name – The domain name that, with the sender name, forms the "from" address for remote notification.  Because this name is used as part of an email address, do not include spaces.  If no domain name is set, a default name is created.  If the domain name is not valid, some email servers will not process the mail.  

Sender Name – The sender name that, with the domain name, forms the "from" address for remote notification.  Because this name is used as part of an email address, do not include spaces.  If no sender name is set, a default name is created.
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PapertripCommented:
Sounds like it wants to know the components of the From address.

user@domain.com

Sender name = user
Domain name = domain.com
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kwok76_ukAuthor Commented:
Thanks!
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