You are the database administrator of a Microsoft SQL Server instance. Developers are writing stored procedures to send emails using sp_send_dbmail. Database Mail is enabled
You are the database administrator of a Microsoft SQL Server instance. Developers are writing stored procedures to send emails using sp_send_dbmail. Database Mail is enabled.
You need to configure each account’s profile security and meet the following requirements:
Account SMTP1_Account must only be usable by logins that have been given explicit permissions to use the SMTP1_profile.
Account SMTP2_Account must only be usable by logins who are a member of the [DatabaseMailUserRole] role in msdb.
In the table below. Identify the profile type that must be used for each account.
NOTE: Make only one selection in each column.
SMTP1_Account1: Private Profile
When no profile_name is specified, sp_send_dbmail uses the default private profile for the current user. If the user does not have a default private profile, sp_send_dbmail uses the default public profile for the msdb database.
SMTP1_Account2: Default Profile
Execute permissions forsp_send_dbmail default to all members of the DatabaseMailUser database role in the msdb database.