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The gmail SMTP settings can be found here.
- Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server - requires TLS: smtp.gmail.com (use authentication)
- Use Authentication: Yes
- Use STARTTLS: Yes (some clients call this SSL)
- Port: 465or 587
- So you need to change the standard port from 25 to 465 or 587 and enable SSL/TLS in the SmartSerialMail advanced SMTP server settings.
Yes it is, but only if you copy from a "html-source" like your browser (Internet-Explorer, Firefox etc.)
Yes it is possible to schedule the date and time for sending by selecting the option 'Scheduled Start' from the context menu in the tab 'Sending'.
This feature is only available in the Enterprise edition of SmartSerialMail.
A relay error has its origin on the SMTP server used for sending mails. SmartSerialMail does not have any limit. If the server answers with a relay error you are either not authenticated or, like in your case, the server does have a limit. Please ask the administrator/provider of the SMTP server used for sending. There must be a limit, you can even send them your log of SmartSerialMail which proves that there is a limit.
Error: Could not send message. (sorry, that domain isn't in my list of allowed rctp hosts (#5.7.1))
Your provider seems to limit the domains to which mails can be sent.
Please contact your provider with this error.
There are several options you have with an Exchange Server:
- You can activate POP3 for your account and then use it as described.
- You may enter a different address as reply-to address in the "1.Sender" options of SmartSerialMail
You can "deblock" those recipients by changing the status to "unsent" in "Recipients".
The red cross indicates that there has been a problem when sending to this recipient. You should check the log for the exact error description and resolve that problem before resending. If the problem has been solved (e.g. missing image) you can send those messages by selecting "send" in step "Send Mail"
You can find the database files in your user profile. Depending on the version of Windows you are using this is either:
- Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\Application Data\JAM Software\SmartSerialMail
- Windows Vista and above: C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\JAM Software\SmartSerialMail
Copy the files in that directory into the same directory on the new PC. All your settings/profiles/mail and lists will be available.
In SmartSerialMail Enterprise Edition you may use the "Backup Database" function to save your data. On the new computer you use the "Restore Database" function to restore your data.
When SmartSerialMail says, it has sent the mail, the SMTP-Server has accepted the mail for delivery. If it doesn't get delivered, it most likely has been moved to a junk folder.
If a mail cannot be sent, it is marked as "Error" to signal the failure. If the problem has been fixed the status can be changed to unsent in step "2. Recipients" and then beresent.
You can find out the settings of different providers on the webpages ofthe providers. Please keep in mind that especially freemail providersare often blacklisted and mail comming from such sources are directlymarkes as junk.