To improve the results of sending emails via Kyrios, as is the case with Newsletters and notifications of amounts pending in current accounts, you can set up an SMTP email account.
There are several methods of setting up an SMTP email account, we will address these 3:
In the TLS and SSL method we will show you how to configure with a GMAIL account, but the settings should be similar for your email provider, they just need the SMTP configuration data.
To start you must access the subscription settings.
In this configuration, we are using a gmail account as an example.
GMAIL: To be able to use a gmail account you must enable the option to allow less secure applications (see below how to activate)
You must fill in the SMTP email configuration data with the SSL configuration data for your account. This is an example (you must enter your own data):
You must fill in the SMTP email configuration data, with your account's TLS configuration data. This is an example (you must enter your own data):
You must fill in the SMTP email configuration data, with your account's insecure configuration data. This is an example (you must enter your own data):
In order to be able to send emails via SMTP through your Gmail account, you need to perform the following steps:
Using a Gmail account to send newsletters should only be considered when the contacts in the outbox do not exceed the limits of Gmail itself.
You can check the limits here: https://support.google.com/a/answer/166852?hl=en
It means that when you reach the limit, gmail does not allow you to send more emails, so all emails to be sent after the limit is reached will be rejected and will not be sent.
For this reason, it is not recommended to use GMAIL accounts to send newsletters.
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