How do I find my SMTP server address for GMail?
Gmail Free SMTP Server Information
- Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server: smtp.gmail.com.
- Use Authentication: Yes.
- Use Secure Connection: Yes (this can be TLS or SSL depending on your mail client)
- Username: GMail account ([email protected])
- Password: GMail password.
- Port: 465 or 587.
Set up Exchange Online as an SMTP Relay Using Windows Server 2012
- Open Server Manager, select Tools, and then select Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0.
- Expand the current server, right-click the SMTP Virtual Server, and then select Properties.
- On the General tab, select Advanced > Add.
- SMTP settings are simply your Outgoing Mail Server settings. "SMTP" stands for Simple Mail Transfer Protocol. It's a set of communication guidelines that allow software to transmit email over the Internet.
- If you use Gmail as a POP Outlook account: - On the "Incoming server (POP3)" field, enter 995 and mark the box "This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL)"; - On the "Outgoing server (SMTP)" field, enter 465 and mark the box "This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL)".
- Setting up Outlook 2010 with SMTP2GO
- Select 'Info' from the File Menu of Microsoft Outlook.
- Select Account Settings then click on the dropdown button 'Account Settings…'
- Select your mail account and click Change…
- Enter your email address into the E-mail Address field.
- Click on the 'Outgoing Server' tab.
IMAP Server Settings
|Setting||IMAP (incoming)||SMTP (outgoing)|
- An open mail relay is an SMTP server configured in such a way that it allows anyone on the Internet to send e-mail through it, not just mail destined to or originating from known users. Many relays were closed, or were placed on blacklists by other servers.
- IMAP Server Settings
Setting IMAP (incoming) SMTP (outgoing) Server Name outlook.office365.com smtp.office365.com Port Number 993 587 Encryption Method SSL TLS
- Incoming connections to the IMAP server at imap.gmail.com:993 require SSL. The outgoing SMTP server, smtp.gmail.com , requires TLS. Use port 465 , or port 587 if your client begins with plain text before issuing the STARTTLS command.
Updated: 25th November 2019