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SMTP Setup by Email Provider

Ashley_DAshley_D TXRegistered User, Registered Moderator, Community Manager
edited August 6 in Advanced Operations FAQs


SMTP settings are dependent on who hosts your email address. Below, you will find the most common SMTP setup information. To get this information for another provider, please either contact your IT department or your Internet service provider.


GMAIL

SMTP Address: smtp.gmail.com

Port: 587, with SSL

**If you receive the following error when testing "The SMTP server requires a secure connection or the client was not authenticated. The server response was: 5.5.1 Authentication Required" please follow the instructions located here.


Godaddy/Secureserver

SMTP Address: smtpout.secureserver.net

Port: 25 No SSL or 3535 No SSL, 587 Use SSL


Microsoft/Office365

SMTP Address: smtp.office365.com

Port: 587, with SSL

**Be sure the BCC email address is the same as the SMTP username.  If they are different, change the site email address to match the SMTP username in Setup->Site Information.


SBCGlobal.net 

SMTP Address:  smtp.att.yahoo.com

Port: 587, Use SSL = Checked

*Be sure the BCC email address is the same as the SMTP username.  If they are different change the site email address to match the SMTP username.


Yahoo

SMTP Address: smtp.mail.yahoo.com

Port: 465 or 587, with SSL

Follow these steps to enable Less Secure Apps in your Yahoo account:

  • Go to Account Info 

  • Select “Account Security”

  • Enable “Allow Apps that use less secure sign in


AT&T

5SMTP Address: outbound.att.net

Port: 465 with SSL


1&1 IONOS 

SMTP Address: smtp.ionos.com

Port: 25 no SSL

*Username is NOT the full email address

Ex: m12345678-123456789


Inmotionhosting.com 

SMTP Address: secure127.inmotionhosting.com

SMTP Port: 587 Use SSL ***NOT*** checked



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