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Setting up common SMTP servers

If you plan to use Google Mail, Yahoo, or Hotmail/Outlook mail servers for sending outgoing emails, the following information could be useful for you.

 

Google Mail

 

To allow sending emails, go to My account->Sign-in & security->Connected apps & sites and turn on the 'Allow less secure apps' option.

 

Host: smtp.gmail.com

Port: 465

Use authentication: Yes

Username: Full Gmail email address (name@domain.com)

Password: Your account's password.

Encryption: ssl

 

Yahoo

 

To allow sending emails, go to Account->security and turn on the 'Allow apps that use less secure sign in' option.

 

Host: smtp.mail.yahoo.com

Port: 465

Use authentication: Yes

Username: Full Yahoo email address (name@domain.com)

Password: Your account's password.

Encryption: ssl

 

Hotmail/Outlook

 

No additional settings required.

 

From mail: Existing Outlook (Hotmail) email address

Host: smtp.live.com

Port: 587

Use authentication: Yes

Username: Full Outlook (Hotmail) email address (name@domain.com)

Password: Your account's password.

Encryption: tls



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