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How to configure Bamboo to use a JNDI Location?

I'm not able to understand this point given in the documentation : Configure Bamboo to use a JNDI Location of  java:comp/env/mail/GmailSmtpServer. Note that the JNDI Location is case sensitive and must match the resource name specified in server.xml.

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In the drop down while setting up email server in 'Email Settings' use JNDI instead of SMTP. You have to enter "java:comp/env/mail/GmailSmtpServer" as is.

Just ensure that you enter the Gmail setup resource tag inside <Context> tag in Server.xml

and don't forget to restart server after making changes in Server.xml file

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