Gmail is undoubtedly the leader when it comes to Internet mail. Almost all of us have an account on this domain and use it regularly. Compared to other e-mails, it has more advantages than disadvantages. The most beneficial and worth mentioning are, among others: no bothersome ads, simple operation, encryption of the connection, effective anti-spam filter, a built-in messenger with Google Hangout video calls, and a whole lot of possibilities to personalize the appearance of our inbox. But is Gmail accountable to set up with other mailboxes like Thunderbird or Outlook?
If you want to use your e-mail, such as Thunderbird or Outlook to send e-mail from a Gmail address, you must enter the correct settings for Gmail SMTP. While some customer's e-mail does this automatically as soon as you enter your login details, some require manual entry of the information. In this article we present the SMTP settings for Gmail, you will need to send an e-mail client with your favorite e-mail. The process is easy and takes less than a minute and requires no technical knowledge. All you need to know is the correct settings, you can check out below.
What Is Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP)? SMTP is used to send and receive the email. It is sometimes paired with IMAP or POP3 (for example, by a user-level application), which handles the retrieval of messages, while SMTP primarily sends messages to a server for forwarding.
SMTP username: Your Gmail address
SMTP password: Your Gmail password
SMTP server address: smtp.gmail.com
Gmail SMTP port (TLS): 587
SMTP port (SSL): 465
SMTP TLS/SSL required: yes
After the account is added to the customer's e-mail first thing you'll probably have to do is enter your e-mail address and password. Then Gmail SMTP settings should appear on the screen. When they do, enter the information you see above.
If you do not see them, you have to open your account settings and rummage. They are located in a different place depending on your customer's e-mail address, but it should be relatively easy to find.
Just remember that Gmail's SMTP settings to limit emissions, which is to prevent spamming. You can only send a total of 500 emails per day, which is probably good enough for the average user. We hope that this article was helpful in obtaining acceleration on the correct SMTP settings for Gmail, you will need to send e-mail to other clients via e-mail to other companies.