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  • Plugin Author yehudah

    (@yehudah)

    What do you mean ?

    I have one email for contact form and other for confirmations in WooCommerce.

    Plugin Author yehudah

    (@yehudah)

    So you want to use two SMTP accounts?

    Yes, that’s right.

    Plugin Author yehudah

    (@yehudah)

    It’s nice in theory but bad on implantation.
    This kind of thing will require dozens of custom integrations to any kind of contact or forms plugins or e-commerce plugin or anything that require SMTP.

    Thanks for an answer. Bu is it possiblle somehow? Maybe without a plugin?

    If I understand you right, you want to be able to send emails from two different addresses on the same domain. Something along the lines of:

    sales@yourDomain.com and general@yourDomain.com

    You don’t actually need to log into two different SMTP accounts to do the above.
    You could for example create smtp@yourDomain.com and use that to send ALL of your emails.
    But in the Reply To: field, you set sales@yourDomain.com and general@yourDomain.com

    When the email is validated at the receivers end, it’s done using the @yourDomain.com part and not by the actual address.

    So long as the domains match in the From: (smtp@) and ReplyTo: (sales@ or general@) then you won’t fall foul of any anti-spam measures.

    What I think Yehudah was thinking that you wanted to do was have the ability to log into sales@yourDomain.com and general@yourDomain.com which he is right, would need a heck of a lot of customisation to achieve.

    So long as the different addresses you want to use are on the same domain (as you stated in your original post), then doing as I suggest will work. (I do it all the time).

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