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SMTP full form of Simple Mail Transfer Protocol. It is a set of communication guideline that allowed software to transmitted email over the Internet. Email software is design to use SMTP server for communicate purpose when send email and this is only work for out going message. When people set-up theirs email program they will typical have to gives the address of their Internet service provider SMTP server India for out going e-mail. There are two other protocol – IMAP and POP3 a large used for retrieve and stored e-mail.


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Send Blaster

To correctly set-up of Send Blaster proceed as follow:

– Open Send Blaster
– Select SEND
– Then
– As SMTP server enter the SMTP Server we sent in our email
– (Only for v2) as PORT enter 25
– Do NOT select SSL
– As User-name enter the User name we sent in our email
– As Password enter the Password we sent in our email
– Do NOT select Retry with direct send in case of error
– Do NOT select Direct send
on Advanced settings

– As Farther attempts in case of error enter 0
– (Only for v1) as SMTP server enter the SMTP Server we sent in our email:587
– (Only for v2) as PORT enter 587

– Leave the program, settings will be automatically saved

Enterspire Email Marketers

You can configure Interspire Email Marketer to send out E-Mail using your SMTP. To set-up this simply do the following:


Login into your Interspire Email Marketer Admin account and click Settings > Email Settings.


Select “Let me specify my own SMTP server details” Radio button under Mail Server Details.
Change the SMTP Host name setting to your account’s SMTP server.
Enter your Host name into SMTP User name, and your SMTP Password into SMTP Password. Change SMTP Port to 2525. You can also try using Port Number 25, 8025 or 587.

Mobile Thunderbird


For these instructions, we will be using IMAP with SSL.

1. Launch Thunderbird.

2. From the top menu, choose File > New > Mail Account, see Figure 1 below:

Figure 1: This is one way to add a new mail account. More info here.
This will open a new window where you enter your email information, see Figure 2 below.

Figure 2: Make sure the “Remember password” box is checked to avoid having to re-enter your password.

3. Thunderbird will attempt to find your incoming and outgoing mail server information. Thunderbird should automatically configure your account for you. If not, proceed to the next section.
Manually configure Thunderbird
If you experience difficulty with automatic set-up, follow these instructions to manually configure Thunderbird.

1. Click on Stop. See Figure 3 below for the location of this button:

Figure 3: Click the “Stop” button to end the automated process.

2. Next, click on Manual Set-up to enter the correct account information. See Figure 4 for the location of this button.
Figure 4: Click the “Manual Set-up” button to enter your account information.

3. This opens a new window for your server settings. If it’s not already selected, click on Server Settings. We will use this page to set-up your incoming mail server. For Server Name, type in your “email access domain”. Under Security Settings, choose SSL/TSL for Connection security. Also, make sure your User Name is your full email address.See Figure 5 for reference:

Figure 5: Confirm your settings with this example.

4. Now, let’s move on to your Outgoing Server (SMTP) settings. Choose the outgoing server which Thunderbird created for this account, and click on the Edit… button. See Figure 6 below:
Figure 6: Click the Edit… button that will open a new window.

5. For Connection security, select SSL/TLS. Under Security and Authentication, make sure that Authentication method is Normal password. Your User Name should be the full email address.

Figure 7: Again, the “email access domain” of “xxxx-xxxx.accessdomain.com” is used as an example; please use your unique email access domain here.

Now, go ahead and click OK to return to the main settings page. Then click OK again to return to Thunderbird’s main window.

6. Next, click on Get Mail from the top menu. See Figure 8 for the location of this button.

Atomic Mass Sender


You can specify the type of email delivery. Atomic Mail Sender supports the following types of email delivery:


In this mode Atomic Mail Sender puts all email messages to the recipients’ mailboxes directly. Note that many ISPs deny direct access (i.e. they close SMTP port 25).

“Connections to server (threads)” — The number of connections for one SMTP server

“Speed settings”:
“Wait for [ ] seconds/minutes after sending [ ] messages” — Set up a pause time in a delivery after sending setting number of the messages

“Limit this server to send [ ] messages in an hour” — The number of messages to send in an hour Directly. On error use SMTP

Atomic Mail Sender tries to send mail directly, but if it there are some errors and problems, it will deliver email via the specified SMTP server.To set the SMTP server you need is possible in the “Relay list” tab. For changing parameters of SMTP from list make a double left click on it or choose the “+” in the right corner above.

“Speed limit” — Settle the number of messages to send per hour. If the limits value rises, so do the speed of delivering. The value directly proportionally depends on the number of SMTP servers you chose.

“Threads” — The number of threads (connections) for every SMTP server. The number of threads depends on the number of SMTP servers and sums up automatically.

“Multi threaded send” — User settles the number of connections (threads) for every SMTP server. If “Use SMTP rotation” isn’t checked then the delivering number of threads = the number of active SMTP servers.

“Use SMTP rotation” — Settle the number of messages to send by the active relay
Step 1. To stop all the relays (SMTP).
Step 2. Choose the next relay in list.
Step 3. The relay sends the number of messages (settled in the rotation settings) with the limits from the “SMTP-server” window.
Step 4. When the active relay sent the portion of messages (the rotation number of messages), the step to another relay is done. All the steps are done in turns.

For example, if there are settings:

SMTP.example.com — 4 threads,
smtp.examplesite.com — 5 threads,
“Use SMTP rotation” — 2 messages per server.
Then the delivering will be done in 2 connections (threads).
Directly. For some domains use SMTP.
Atomic Mail Sender will deliver all messages directly, excluding the messages marked in the list at the “Domain list” tab in the bottom. You can use that list to enter the masks of messages to be sent via SMTP. For example, if you enter @aol.com and @wanadoo.fr, all messages to these email domains will be sent via an external SMTP server.

“Use SMTP for domains” — specify the list of domains to deliver email via external SMTP, for example, gmail.com. All the other emails will be sent directly, without using SMTP server.

Using external SMTP only (Recommended).

All email messages will be sent via the specified SMTP server like Gmail, Compost etc. Please read this article explaining where to get an SMTP server.

You can choose several SMTP servers and Atomic Email Sender will use them one by one.

For setting up external SMTP in SMTP servers list you need add or edit your SMTP servers to deliver e-mail messages. Click “+” or double click to edit. Or import your SMTP list from file.

It’s necessary to contact the SMTP provider or read their online documentation and find out all the settings.

“SMTP-server” — Insert the SMTP server and the it’s port.
“Authentication” (if it is necessary) — Choose the necessary type and “Encryption”.

“Login” and “Password”— Almost all SMTP servers need authentication. Just put in your user name (can use your e-mail address) and password.

“POP server” — Fill in if there is “POP before SMTP (old style)”. Insert the name and the port of the protocol if the delivery in done through the old post clients servers.

“Sender e-mail” — The e-mail address to make a delivery from it. Usually it corresponds the login.

“Connections to server (threads)” — The number of connections for one SMTP server(one or several, if the server supports a multi-threaded send).

Microsoft Outlook

First you need to make sure the email address(es) you will be sending from have been authorised for your account. These instructions assume your email account has already been set-up and is collecting email correctly. Take a note of any settings you change.

Only change the items specified – you should not need to change either your email address, POP3 server, POP3 user-name / password.

These instructions are only for Microsoft Outlook 2010 – We have instructions for both default SMTP port and alternate SMTP port configurations – alternate port is generally used if your ISP blocks the normal port 25 SMTP access (as many do these days!). Open Microsoft Outlook 2010. Go to the ‘File’ tab. Go to the ‘Info’ section.

Click on ‘Account Settings’
Click the drop-down button titled ‘Account Settings’…

Step Three 

Select your email account from the list.

Click the ‘Change…’ button.


Change the ‘Outgoing mail server (SMTP)’ to the SMTP server we supplied with your sign-up email.
Click the ‘More Settings…’ button.


Select the ‘Outgoing Server’ tab.
Tick ‘My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication’.
Select ‘Log on using’.
Enter the Ruth SMTP user-name and password we supplied when you signed up.
Tick the ‘Remember password’ option.


Select the ‘Advanced’ tab.
Ensure the ‘Outgoing server (SMTP)’ port field is set to ’25’ which is the default SMTP port.


In the next window click ‘Finish’.
In the ‘Account Settings’ window click ‘Close’.


You should now be back to the main Outlook 2010 screen.
Close Outlook 2010 and then reload.

Check you are online then test to ensure you can send mail correctly
All done!

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