Learn what an SMTP server is and how come it is extremely crucial to the worldwide email transmission.
SMTP, which is an acronym for Simple Mail Transfer Protocol, is the software that permits you to send out e-mail messages from your email addresses. Without it, you will not be able to use email applications or webmail. When you send a message, your SMTP server creates a connection to a DNS server to learn where the e-mails for the recipient domain are handled. Then, it connects to the remote mail server and exchanges details. If the recipient mailbox is available, your server sends the email to the receiving POP/IMAP server and the latter delivers that message to the precise mailbox in which the recipient can find it. If you wish to be able to send e-mails, you should always make certain that the hosting company offers the service with their packages. Even though you make use of online form that visitors use to make contact with you, you still require an active SMTP server for your hosting account for the web form to function.
SMTP Server in Semi-dedicated Hosting
With a semi-dedicated server
plan with us you are able to work with our SMTP server as part of the regular set of services that you receive with your plan, not as an optional upgrade that you have to purchase. You will be able to send emails making use of any application, webmail or a script on your web site with ease. The SMTP server settings are listed in your Hepsia Hosting Control Panel and for your convenience we have tutorials on how to set up an e-mail account with preferred smart phone and PC email apps. Our guides will help you diagnose any difficulty you might encounter since we have the solutions to all the frequent problems too. If you have an e-mail script on your site, configuring it to operate is as easy as entering the server name and your e-mail address. The semi-dedicated servers are appropriate for sending out frequent newsletters to customers as the quantity of outgoing emails is notably higher in comparison to the regular shared hosting packages.