Email Setup

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Our Email system uses SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol). This allows you to connect to any email system you have that supports SMTP, and most do.




You can usually find out your SMTP setting from your Email provider. If you're using Email from a web email service like Google (Gmail) or Yahoo, you can look it up on the internet.


The settings you'll get from your Email provider are at the top. You'll need to know what port, and if they use SSL and/or Email Authentication.


The Default settings are where the Email comes from, and where it goes when you're sending bulk (many emails at once).

The best thing to do is try it out.


When you think you've got it setup, click on Set Mail Server first, then click on Send Test Email. If it's going to error out, it may take a few minutes to get the error back, so be patient, do not shut down the program. You will get a Successfully sent message pretty quick if it works, and you'll get an email in your inbox.


Here's the info from concerning gmail smtp settings:


Gmail SMTP server address:

Gmail SMTP user name: Your full Gmail address (e.g.

Gmail SMTP password: Your Gmail password

Gmail SMTP port: 465

Gmail SMTP TLS/SSL required: yes


Here's the info from concerning yahoo smtp settings:


Yahoo! Mail SMTP server address:

Yahoo! Mail SMTP user name: Your full Yahoo! Mail email address (including "")

Yahoo! Mail SMTP password: Your Yahoo! Mail password

Yahoo! Mail SMTP port: 465

Yahoo! Mail SMTP TLS/SSL required: yes


Here's the info from concerning hotmail smtp settings:


Windows Live Hotmail SMTP server address:

Windows Live Hotmail SMTP user name: Your complete Windows Live Hotmail email address ("" or "" for instance)

Windows Live Hotmail SMTP password: Your Windows Live Hotmail password

Windows Live Hotmail SMTP port: 587

Windows Live Hotmail SMTP TLS/SSL required: yes