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The user-friendly Effortless WordPress SMTP plugin can be employed for the WordPress website to enhance the email credibility, preventing the email from being directed to the Junk/Spam folder that originates from the server where the plugin is installed.



Through the plugin, Effortless WordPress SMTP allows users to configure and send all outgoing emails via an SMTP authorized server. This ensures that the emails do not end up in the junk/spam folder of the recipients.

Moreover, we can send emails to the WordPress blog Users & Commenters using the SMTP authorized server.


Effortless WordPress SMTP FEATURES

  • With Effortless WordPress SMTP, we can send emails using an SMTP authorized server.
  • And we can utilize Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail SMTP server if we have an account with them.
  • Additionally, we can send emails to the WordPress blog Users & Commenters.
  • We can connect the WordPress blog to a mail server to handle all outgoing emails without any errors or issues.
  • With the help of Effortless WordPress SMTP, we can Securely send emails to the recipients.


Effortless WordPress SMTP Plugin Usage

After successfully installing the Effortless WordPress SMTP plugin, there are some options that we need to configure in the Settings >> Effortless WordPress SMTP from your WordPress Dashboard


Effortless WordPress SMTP General Settings:

The general settings section includes the following options:

From Email Address: The email address that will be used to send emails to your recipients.

From Name: The name your recipients will see as part of the “from” or

“sender” value when they receive your message.

Mailer: Integrated support for Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, SendGrid,

SparkPost, Postmark, Mandrill, Pepipost.

SMTP Host: Your outgoing mail server (example: smtp.gmail.com).

Type of Encryption: none/SSL/TLS.

SMTP Port: The port that will be used to relay outbound mail to your mail server (example: 465).

SMTP Authentication: No/Yes (This option should always be checked “Yes”).

Username: The username that you use to login to your mail server.

Password: The password that you use to login to your mail server.


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