Need to insert a row into SQL DB

I need to add something to our database based on the information I have been given below.

"You can create a row in the ApplicationErrors database table with an ApplicationID of "CONFIG_IMPORT_FILES_ERROR_EMAIL" and the Value containining the email address to which to send the errors. You will then need to restart the
server service. Without this config value, it will send the error email to the "System" email address configured in Admin/General Setup/Offices."

Unfortunately there are a lot of rows so I am not sure if these values just need to be  NULL. How would I insert this using INSERT command

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Brian CroweDatabase AdministratorCommented:
It sounds like it wants you to set up a config value which would probably go in the ApplicationConfig table and not the ApplicationErrors table.  Just for kicks take a similar screenshot of the config table and see if that matches up better with your directions.  Specifically does it actually have an ApplicationID column and a Value column?
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stlhostAuthor Commented:
Yep it does, lol totally missed that. This only has two values instead of the ten values that are in the applicationerror table
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