Airlink101 network cameras require a non-SSL SMTP server in order to send emails. SMTP2Go’s SMTP server will work with these devices, as the SMTP2Go service can work with or withoutSSL enabled. You can test the service with a free trial. Please note that you should try setting the Port Number to each of the following (until you are […]
SMTP2GO improved weekly bounce reporting service has recently been enabled. The weekly reports include only true, hard bounces. A hard bounce is an email address that has proven to be undeliverable, and will never accept email in the future. The only truly accurate method of determining whether a bounce is hard or soft is to […]
Having one or more emails stuck in your Outbox is an indication that your SMTP server settings may be incorrect, OR, your SMTP settings may be correct, but your current location could be blocking the port you are trying to use. Whether you use Outlook, Thunderbird, Apple Mail, Windows Live Mail, or any other email […]
Motorola Droid X devices require that an SMTP username and SMTP password is used when sending emails. This appears to be a change from the previous Droid’s software. To setup email on a Droid X, you need an SMTP server that can accept an SMTP username/password. The setup instructions below show how to use SMTP2GO, […]
Did you know that SMTP2GO offers a sending plan completely free of charge? Our free SMTP plan allows you to send 1,000 emails per month at absolutely no cost. There is a temporary limit of 25 emails per hour until you add a verified sender domain name. If you go over your temporary hourly limit, […]
We have recently discovered that T-Mobile has changed its policy regarding SMTP servers (as of May 1st, 2010) and now requires that SMTP authentication be used. What does this mean? It means that you must enter an SMTP username and an SMTP password in your email settings if you want to be able to send […]
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