Dac Thach Nguyen
Jul 31, 2018
(5 votes)

Language Manager: Receive email notification when import translation package success

When import a translation package using Language add-on, the project owner will be notified after the package is proccessed. The notification will be display on the bell which is on top of edit view. That required you to login into the system to know. The add-on allowed you to write your own notification provider which send notification in other channels.

In order to write custom provider you need to implement INotificationProvider which has method and property as below:

DisplayName: Name of the provider, example "Email Notification"
SetNotification: Method will be called after the import proccess has been finished.

After implement that interface, your notification provider will be display in config page of the add-on. See the image:Image language.png

Here is simple on I have implement, after config it in the admin page. You should receive email whenever a translation project imported.

public class EmailNotification : INotificationProvider
    public string DisplayName => "Email Notification";

    public void SetNotification(string userName, string message)

        var mail = new MailMessage();
        mail.Subject = "Project has been translated successfully";
        mail.Body = message;

        mail.From = new MailAddress("<your email>@gmail.com");
        mail.To.Add(new MailAddress("<your email>@gmail.com"));

        var smtpClient = new SmtpClient();
Jul 31, 2018


Please login to comment.
Latest blogs
Improve error handling for visitor groups

In CMS UI 12.15.0 we added several improvements in handling errors for visitor groups. The visitor group list and detailed visitor group page will...

Linh Nguyen | Dec 8, 2022

Optimizely SendGrid SMTP host is deprecated

SendGrid is a services for sending email that is included in Optimizely DXP. Previously smtp.episerver.net was the recommended SMTP server to use,...

Tomas Hensrud Gulla | Dec 4, 2022 | Syndicated blog

Hosting Optimizely CMS 12 on Docker Engine

Since Optimizely CMS can now be deployed as a Docker container, here is a demonstration of building, running and scaling an Optimizely CMS 12 site ...

Stefan Holm Olsen | Dec 4, 2022 | Syndicated blog

How to use CacheTagHelper with content areas in Optimizely CMS 12

I might be going out on a limb here - if you have a better solution, feel very free to share it!  Upgrading your Optimizely web application from .N...

Andreas J | Dec 2, 2022

The 1001st Piece in your 1000 Piece Puzzle: .NET Default Interface Functions

I was recently working with a client who wanted a reasonably large subsystem added to Optimizely that would add automated management to their...

Greg J | Nov 28, 2022 | Syndicated blog

Video Demonstration, creating a CMS12 Alloy Sample Site

Hey All Below you will find a quick video demonstration on how to install a local version of Alloy Sample based on CMS12 / .Net 6. As you will see ...

Minesh Shah (Netcel) | Nov 28, 2022