The WordPress Plugins Podcast covering a new plugin each week. Hosted by Angelo Mandato
United States
32 episodes
since Jan. 2, 2009


Today we’re covering the Configure SMTP WordPress Plugin. This simple plugin allows you to customize the server your blog sends email for notifications, comments, etc… It is very useful if your emails from your blog are getting blocked because of the smtp server they are relayed through is black listed. Features Include: SMTP host and port options SMTP authentication user name and password SMTP over secure SSL option Sender “From:” name and email Configure for Gmail option Test configuration Plugins Podcast Skill Level: Any To learn more about the Configure SMTP WordPress Plugin, please visit the WordPress plugins page, http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/configure-smtp/. To see more projects developed by Scott Reilly, please go to www.coffee2code.com. The post Plugins 031 – Configure SMTP WordPress Plugin appeared first on Plugins: WordPress Plugins Podcast.
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