All you need to know about your SMTP server settings, what “SMTP” stands for, and other details concerning the basics of email delivery.
SMTP is the contraction of Simple Mail Transfer Protocol, and defines the method that handles the process of email exchange and delivery across IPs.
The most important commands used by two servers during a conversation in the SMTP protocol.
The SMTP server that acts more or less like a postman: it delivers your sent emails to their recipients “conversing” with the incoming servers.
How to get the details of your outbound server and configure a mail client with the proper settings.
What is a computer port and which are the right ones for SMTP servers.
If you are facing email delivery problems, it’s a good idea to perform an SMTP test to check the efficiency of the outgoing mail server in use.
How to send secured emails adding a new safety layer to your SMTP.
What is an SMTP relay and why it’s essential to send mass emails.
How to get your SMTP parameters and set up a mail client.
What should an SMTP service provide to be the best for your needs?
If you have trouble delivering your emails using port 25, you can let your SMTP server connect via port 587.