In our current PRTG configuration, we have many alert notifications going out to email addresses that are not PRTG users, nor part of any PRTG groups. This is fine -- these people never need to login in to PRTG, they just want to receive alert notifications.
I recently realized that my administration of PRTG could be made easier if I could put all these people into User Groups, and manage the sending of alerts with group memberships instead of trying to find the various places where individual email addresses are listed. However, I can only put people into PRTG groups if they are also PRTG users; fair enough, and I don't mind adding them as PRTG users.
However, the problem is that if I add these people as PRTG users, they will all receive automatic emails saying "You have requested a new password for PRTG Network Monitor". Of course, they did no such thing, and I could expect to field many questions from these people saying "What is this??" Furthermore, I don't really *want* all these people logging in to PRTG.
Is there a way to avoid this problem by doing any of the following? -- Disable the sending of these automatic emails? -- Create manageable groups of email addresses that are NOT PRTG users, for those people who wish to receive notifications but will never log in to PRTG?