How to Send Emails via SMTP Using Email Clients

You can send transactional emails to clients via SendPulse’s SMTP service from your website or using email clients. Then you can check the mailing history and the list of unsubscribers in your SendPulse account.

In this article, we will talk about where to find authorization data in SendPulse’s SMTP service and how to set up an SMTP server in Mozilla Thunderbird and Outlook.

Copy Your SMTP Login Credentials

Go to the “SMTP Settings” > “General” tab in your SendPulse account. Copy your SMTP authorization values: server address, port, login, and password.

You can access the SMTP settings after your profile gets activated. The “Your profile is being moderated” message will disappear from the page, and you will receive an email notifying you that your account has been approved and activated.

Setting up Email Sending in Mozilla Thunderbird

Read more: Manual Account Configuration.

Go to the account menu, and click View settings for this account.

Go to the "Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP)" settings, and click Add.

Enter your SMTP server settings.

The sender address must be verified in your SMTP account.

Select the created server from the list, and click Default.

Setting up Email Sending in Outlook

Read more: Add an email account to Outlook.

Go to the "File" menu, and click Add Account.

Select the option to manually configure the server.

Select the "POP or IMAP" option.

Enter your SMTP server settings.

The sender address must be verified in your SMTP account.

Click More settings, and go to the "Outgoing server" tab in the window that opens. Select the "Login with" option, and paste the login and password from the SMTP settings in your SendPulse account in the "Username" and "Password" fields.

Open the “Advanced” tab, and check the SMTP server’s port settings.

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