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[Tutorial] Sending Emails to Inbox From Your Site

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Hi This is a small tutorial on how to send emails to inbox to all new members that sign up to your site. After while looking around and trying all sorts of SMTP Servers I finally found the one that works for me and it should work for you also.

1. Visit and Sign up to

https://www.sendinblue.com/

2. Select Free Price which will let you send 300 Emails per day every day forever for Free!

3. Visit https://account.sendinblue.com/advanced/api

And select SMTP As seen here

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4. Now to go to your Email settings in admin panel and select SMTP As seen here and fill out info as seen on this image

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5. Click Save if you did everything correct you will get test email in Inbox and if you make test account that will also land in inbox.

 

So from now on as long as you have no more than 300 members per day who sign up this will work with out any problems and its free.

 

Please reply if this worked for you and let me know if you found this helpfull.

 

If you need more help please let me know and I will try and help.

 

Good luck.

 

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On 5/3/2018 at 3:09 PM, STAR said:

Please reply if this worked for you and let me know if you found this helpfull. 

I did not try this solution with a free count at the provider that you indicate but I wanted to give my opinion on this solution that I find very useful indeed in my opinion.

Thank you for sharing this tip hoping that another tests and tells more details than me if it worked at home.

I would still try my personal smpt server to see if it works with a smtp server made available to us or hosted elsewhere on the web.

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