Configure an external SMTP server in your config file.
Configure a mail server you want to use for mailing in WordPress
Reconfigures the wp_mail() function to send email using HTTPS (via Elasticemail) instead of SMTP and creates an options page to manage the settings.
Configure SMTP mailing in WordPress, including support for sending e-mail via SSL/TLS (such as GMail).
Log all calls to wp_mail() to a file wp-content/plugins/wp-mail-log/wp-mail-log.txt for debugging. Delete this file afterwards.
Reconfigures WordPress' WP_Mail function to use Amazon's Simple Email Service.
Remove Email and IP address information from Email Notifications to protect the privacy of folks commenting on your blog.
Send an email in the future.
Reconfigures WordPress email to use secure SMTP such as Gmail. Plugin options are accessible through the admin panel.
Redirects all email sent through wordpress to the user currently logged in or the site administrator.
Use an alternative mailer solution, other than PHPMailer in WordPress installations.
Email batcher that takes all the emails that would normally get sent out individually, compiles them into just one email, then sends it out once a day
Send mail in 5 different ways: PHP mail(), MX Zone, SMTP Relay, Command Line or POP before SMTP, also you can use your Gmail account to send mails.
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