I am very surprised by how people say it doesn't work...
It works perfectly.
After configuring a POP3 mailbox, our install started TLS encryption and then logged on create and transport e-mail, securely to gmail. It included SPF and DKIM because of other settings on our cPanel host.
Had an easy time getting this going!
i am using 4.3.1 wordpress version.
i am try to send mail from the localhost on wordpress.
please give me any idea or any such kind of plugins which are directly send mail to user without any setting or configration into the localhost.
please give me replay as soon as posible.
advancced thanx for reply..
I initially used this plugin because our IIS server wasn't set up to use PHPmail. Now I use it because we host our mail on an in-house and our websites are hosted externally. This plugin is easy to install/customize, reliable, and it solves my email routing problems.
Very useful when stuck with mail servers issues on poor webhosts ;)
It was a great plugin until I upgrade CF7 to v4.2.2 and WordPress v4.3.1. It seems the global setting to enable using SMTP for all WordPress mail does not works. Since I could manage to integrate CF7 with other plugin, I really hope WP Mail SMTP could provide new version with great features.
I am truly glad to ever use this plugin :)
Please continue the good job and keep it up to date!
SMTP mail compatibility should be built-in to WordPress where it is needed by so many users and would be so trivial to include. This plugin is useful because the "powers that be" obviously have one or more non-technical reasons to not want to provide that convenience to users.
The WP-Mail-SMTP plugin is easy to use and works fine. The only annoyance is that it shouldn't be needed.
Works good with GMail, simple configuration.
Security note: the plugin stores your password in plain text in the database, and shows it to all admins on the settings page. This could be prevented by setting all settings in wp-config.php (which completely disables the settings page, making the plugin even simpler), but your password is still out there.
Also, you have to configure google to allow unsafe app conections, which i think is only OK in a dedicated account (not used for other business).
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