How to Setup Gmail SMTP Settings for Sending Emails?
If you are trying to use your gmail account with any desktop email clients, apps or mobile devices, you need to configure Gmail SMTP settings properly. In this article, we’re going to cover Gmail SMTP settings and their features.
Every Google Gmail account comes with Free Gmail SMTP Server which allows you to use their SMTP server to send emails using your favorite email clients like Outlook, Apple mail, Thunderbird and etc.
The Default Gmail SMTP Settings
Gmail SMTP server address: smtp.gmail.com
Gmail SMTP username: Your Gmail address (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org)
Gmail SMTP password: Your Gmail password
Gmail SMTP port (TLS): 587
Gmail SMTP port (SSL): 465
Gmail SMTP TLS/SSL Required: YES
Gmail SMTP Security Features
You can connect to Gmail mail servers using SMTP, SSL/TLS. If you connect using SMTP, you can only send mail to Gmail or G Suite users; if you connect using SSL/TLS, you can send mail to anyone. We suggest you to use SSL/TLS for sending emails.
Also, Google limits number of emails you can send through SMTP to 2000 emails per day.
You can also set up additional security features like two-step verification with Gmail.
If you send emails through the Gmail SMTP server, you can leverage Gmail security, virus and spam protection features that comes along with every Gmail account.
In the above article we explained how to setup Gmail SMTP settings on your mobile or desktop based email clients.
There are lot of additional features you can implement with Gmail too.
Anyway, let’s just use above settings and see how it goes.
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