Knowledgebase: eMail
How do I configure SMTP server for my DotNetNuke site?
Posted by Sean Syed on 10 April 2013 09:47 AM

Using DNN4Less Mail Server.

  • Navigate to Host > Host Settings.
  • At Advanced Settings, click the Maximize  button.
  • At SMTP Server Settings, click the Maximize  button.
  • In the SMTP Server field, enter the SMTP address of the server. E.g. mail.yourdomain.com (replace yourdomain.com with your actual domain name)
  • At SMTP Authentication, select from the following options:
    • Anonymous  (This is the default option)
    • Basic (You should choose "Basic")
    • NTLM (Do not choose)
  • In the SMTP Username field, enter a SMTP Username. (admin@yourdomain.com (replace yourdomain.com with your actual domain name))
  • In the SMTP Password field, enter a SMTP Password. (your email password)
  • Click Update.

NOTE: Make sure that email address in Host \Basic Settings\Host Details is the same email address as you entered in SMTP server email address.

 

Using DNN4Less Mail relay service.

  • Navigate to Host > Host Settings.
  • At Advanced Settings, click the Maximize button.
  • At SMTP Server Settings, click the Maximize button.
  • In the SMTP Server field, enter the SMTP address of the server and the port number. E.g. relay.DNN4Less.com
  • SMTP Authentication, select from the following options:
  • Anonymous (This is the default option)
  • Basic (You should choose "Basic")
  • NTLM (Do not choose)
  • In the SMTP Username field, enter a SMTP Username. (xxxxxx@DNN4Less)
  • In the SMTP Password field, enter a SMTP Password. (your email password)
  • Click Update.

Using Google Apps.

  • Navigate to Host > Host Settings.
  • At Advanced Settings, click the Maximize button.
  • At SMTP Server Settings, click the Maximize button.
  • In the SMTP Server field, enter the SMTP address of the server and the port number. E.g. smtp.gmail.com:465
  • At SMTP Authentication, select from the following options:
  • Anonymous (This is the default option)
  • Basic (You should choose "Basic")
  • NTLM (Do not choose)
  • In the SMTP Username field, enter a SMTP Username. (admin@yourdomain.com (replace yourdomain.com with your actual domain name))
  • In the SMTP Password field, enter a SMTP Password. (your email password)
  • Check the SSL box.
  • Click Update.



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