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E-mail alerts from Cisco ASA Firepower

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I'm trying to setup a Cisco ASA with integrated Firepower module (NO Firesight server available) to send an e-mail whenever a threat condition is met.
According to the offical Cisco user guide (Link), it supports SNMP, syslog and mail. As far as I can tell from the GUI there is nowhere to configure the e-mail based alert.
The SMTP setup in general is complete and working.

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Email alert is only available from FMC. From ASDM, you can only do syslog and snmp alerts.
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Thanks, and exactly as I feared.
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What about traps or syslogs to an external monitoring tool which can then send email?  PRTG, for example, will receive traps and/or syslogs and can then send you an email when a trap/syslog is received.
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