Scottie  Mills

Scottie Mills

1627383720

Configure an Email Client for Rainloop (SMTP, IMAP, POP settings for Gmail)

Learn how to connect a 3rd party email client like Gmail, Thunderbird, or Outlook to your Rainloop mail server on CyberPanel. I will show you the IMAP, SMTP, and POP3 settings you need in order to be able to send and receive emails externally.

Set up your own email server 👉 https://youtu.be/8G93NVWkXZk

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Configure an Email Client for Rainloop (SMTP, IMAP, POP settings for Gmail)
Scottie  Mills

Scottie Mills

1627383720

Configure an Email Client for Rainloop (SMTP, IMAP, POP settings for Gmail)

Learn how to connect a 3rd party email client like Gmail, Thunderbird, or Outlook to your Rainloop mail server on CyberPanel. I will show you the IMAP, SMTP, and POP3 settings you need in order to be able to send and receive emails externally.

Set up your own email server 👉 https://youtu.be/8G93NVWkXZk

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Callum  Owen

Callum Owen

1625584500

How to Send Email in WordPress using the Gmail SMTP Server

Are you having trouble sending and receiving emails from your WordPress site? One easy way to solve this by sending WordPress emails using the Gmail SMTP server. In this video, we’ll show you how to send emails from your WordPress site using the Gmail SMTP server.

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For this tutorial we will be using the WP Mail SMTP plugin which can be found using the link below:

https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-mail-smtp/

With the plugin installed and activated, we will go under Settings, WP Mail SMTP, and select Gmail. For this we will need to set up a client ID, Client Secret and a URL in the ‘Authorized redirect URI’ fields. To start filling that out we will want to go to the Google Developers Console site and create a new project. You can go to the site using the link below:

https://console.developers.google.com/apis/dashboard

We would recommend naming the project something you can remember should you need to find it again and click the create button. Use the Enable APIs and Services to go through the options and enable the Gmail API.

On the following page, it should have a Create Credentials button in the top right of the page. For the type of API, it will be a Gmail API and we will be calling the API from a Web browser(Javascript) and we will be accessing User data then we will ask what credentials we will need.

In the Authorized Javascript origins, we will add the address of our site. For the Authorized redirect URI, we will get that from the plugins settings page and click refresh to bring up the consent screen. For setting it up, we will use an External, name it, add our email, and publish the app to get our information.

Copy the Client ID from Google to add to your plugin’s settings, click done, and edit the OAuth client ID to grab the secret key to include in the plugin’s settings and save the settings to ensure you don’t lose the information.

You can send another email or for another option, you can set up another SMTP which would require your login information which is far less secure.

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Alice Cook

Alice Cook

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Fix: Gmail Authentication Problems | Gmail 2-step Verification Bypass (2020-21)

An Gmail authentication error occurs when an account’s owner is unable to verify themselves; Gmail perceives it to be a threat to the account and its privacy, so it shows an authentication error. This can occur due to multiple reasons; entering the wrong password, using the wrong server port, and disabled IMAP on Gmail. You will find solutions to fix Gmail authentication problems in this Video. Additionally, you will find ways for Gmail 2-step verification bypass.
Visit: https://contactforhelp.com/gmail/

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gerry max

1605860570

Bellsouth Email Settings on iPhone-How to Set up Email | Contact Email

Bellsouth Email is although best in offering instant messaging service, yet some of its users are facing the issue of Bellsouth email settings. The issue of Bellsouth pop settings on iPhone is temporary in nature and could be persisting for long if it is not being eliminated soon. If the issue like this comes, without much thinking, it is advisable you must directly get in touch with tech representatives right away and get your issue fixed on time. Our each expertise is highly skilled, professional and working round the clock at your service.

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Hollie  Ratke

Hollie Ratke

1597626000

Best Practices for Running Your Own Email Server

Plesk Premium Email, powered by Kolab lets you become your own mail service provider in a few easy steps. It’s like creating a personal Gmail service, one that you control from top to bottom. Running the mail server allows you to store your own email, access the mail server’s logs, and access the raw email files in a user’s mailbox.

However, one key concern when running your own mail server is email deliverability. Without being able to effectively reach your customer base, you cannot do business. So, how do you ensure your emails do not end up as spam?

It’s important to follow common rules and best practices when operating a mail server to guarantee your emails always reach their destination. In this quick guide, we’ll walk you through a few things to consider, to make sure that your emails always end up where you intend.

Reputation Management

Much of email delivery depends on your reputation, which is attached to your IPs and domains.

Please note that there might be different types of setups where you can either influence these things or not:

  • If you’re **running your own server **(or VPS – virtual private server) or a bunch of servers with Plesk for shared hosting with WHMCS, you have full influence and control about the following settings.
  • If you’re an **end customer or reseller **of a service provider or hoster using Plesk, unfortunately only your hosting provider can do these modifications for you. In case you want to regain control of your environments, it’s time to move your shared hosting account to your own VPS!
  • If you run Plesk on one of the hyperscale cloud providers such as DigitalOcean, Linode, AWS/Lightsail, Azure, or Google, your default email / SMTP (Port 25 or not) might be blocked on the infrastructure level. If that’s the case, you might need to contact their support to unblock it. In addition, also check that you’re receiving a reverse DNS entry for your IP that is required for operating an email server properly.

The two key-factors that we can influence are:

**1. Ensure other servers can distinguish **between genuine email coming from your server and spam coming from other servers, pretending to come from your server. If you don’t, a spammer can burn your hard-earned reputation while delivering their spam.

You can ensure this by enabling DKIM/DMARC and SPF protection in Plesk under “Server-Wide Mail Settings”.

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