Knowledgebase: SMTP
What is SMTP service?
Posted by Devon Roberts on 05 June 2015 06:28 PM

In order to use our SMTP service, we require that you have an account which has purchased and is actively using our DNS service.

As long as the requirements to use SMTP service are met, you can purchase and use the service which will act as a relay for your email messages using SMTP authentication. External SMTP authentication service can be configured on most email clients and servers to send outgoing email. DNS Made Easy's SMTP Service allows you to configure an account username and password so you can authenticate to our SMTP servers, after authentication you can send up to your allotted quota in email as a user from your own domain. Your email client or server will need to be configured to use our outgoing SMTP server with the authentication credentials you have created.

You can configure your email client or server to send all authenticated SMTP traffic to any of the following ports:
SSL or non-SSL: 21, 25, 5521, 5525, 7721, 7725
SSL only: 465, 5555

The SMTP account has the following account limitations:
- 500 emails per day
- 100 MB of outgoing email per day
- 30MB of maximum size per email

The pricing is $24.95 per year

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