WordPress SMTP Settings – How to Configure SMTP in WordPress

If you’ve recently installed WordPress and discovered that you’re having trouble sending emails, it may be because your SMTP settings are not configured correctly. There are several things you can do to ensure that your WordPress emails are delivered properly, and we’ll go over a few of them in this article. After all, you’ve probably already paid for the SMTP service when you signed up for your hosting account, so you should be good to go.

First, set up your server’s SMTP to the appropriate port. Depending on your provider, port numbers may vary. Enter the credentials for your SMTP provider into the appropriate boxes. Next, send yourself a test email to ensure that the settings are correct. While WordPress is capable of sending emails through the PHP mail function, it may be difficult to get deliverability results when you send thousands of emails. So, if you’re planning to send large numbers of emails with WordPress, SMTP is a good option.

In addition, you can configure your SMTP settings to send emails securely. This will prevent your emails from ending up in your recipient’s junk folder. Easy WP SMTP offers options to send emails through Gmail, Yahoo, or Hotmail SMTP servers. It also lets you specify your Reply-To email address and export your SMTP settings for later use. This is a great plugin to use if you want to send emails from WordPress.