The WordPress uses PHP mail() function as default function to send emails. Many hosting providers have disabled the PHP mail() function on their shared servers to avoid email abuse on the entire server. Your WordPress emails will not be delivered in this situation and you will be forced to use SMTP server for sending emails. You don’t need to worry about PHP mail () function cause it is already enabled and configured properly on our shared servers. The spam emails will be detected and the domain will be blocked from sending further emails. If you are looking for sending bulk/mass emails you could try using a third party email service like Mandrill, Zoho but you will have to pay for this service. The cost will vary depending on the number of users/accounts you add or the number of emails you send. But, if you ever come across a situation to use SMTP server for sending your WordPress emails, here is an alternate, simple method and the steps you should perform via WordPress Admin Dashboard.
The Managed WordPress hosting offers email service for each domain. So, you can create email accounts with your own domain name like “email@example.com”. You need to create a new email account if you have no existing email account with your WordPress domain. Follow the below steps to add new email accounts associated with your WordPress website.
1) Login to your cPanel and click on email accounts under the mail section
2) You will be directed to “Add Email Account” form where you need to fill out the information required to create your new email account.
Using New Email Account in WordPress
Before using the brand new email account in WordPress, you need to know the following information.
1) SMTP server hostname
2) SMTP server secure ports
Your SMTP server is mail.yourdomain.com or you can use the IP address or server name listed in your welcome email. You can use SMTP ports 25, SSL port 465, default port 587. We recommend using port 25 and 465 for non-encrypted and encrypted connections. Please note that you should login to your WordPress Admin Dashboard to perform these steps.
After gathering the above-required information, you will now need to install and activate WP Mail SMTP plugin. Once the plugin is installed and activated a new option Email will show up under Settings.
You just need to navigate through WordPress Dashboard , Settings Email to configure WordPress email to use SMTP server. You can see several available configurations on the below screenshot. Replace yourdomain.com with your own domain name
From Email – the email address you want to send emails from – firstname.lastname@example.org for example;
From Name – the name that your emails will be received from;
Mailer – choose whether you want to use the default Mail function or the SMTP;
Return Path – check if you want to match the return path for your emails to the sending email;
SMTP Host – the hostname for your SMTP server;
SMTP Port – the port your server works on;
Encryption – if you have SSL/TLS encryption available for that hostname, select it here;
Authentication – check if your SMTP server requires authentication;
Username – the username for your SMTP server;
Password – the password for your SMTP server;
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