How to Configure Email
WP Mail SMTP Settings
Settings For Send Mail
Google’s GMail SMTP server is a free service for anyone who has a GMail account. You can use this free SMTP server to send emails from your website. E-mail sending will take place just the same as a standard e-mail client (Windows Mail, Outlook, Thunderbird).
Gmail automatically rewrites the “from” line of any e-mail you send via their SMTP gateway to your Gmail address, and it overrides any Reply-To settings you may have in your e-mail software in favor of the one in Gmail’s web interface. So while Gmail’s SMTP access sure is handy, it’s not a perfect solution for everybody. Gmail also stores and indexes anything you send via SMTP as if you had sent it using the website, so all your e-mail is still searchable and in one place.
If you don’t have a GMail account, you can create one at the GMail account creation page. Firstly, please install WP SMTP. Then all you need to do is configure your mail client to use GMail for outgoing mail server.
Using WP Mail SMTP Plugin to reconfigures the wp_mail() function to use SMTP instead of mail() and creates an options page that allows you to specify various options.
Go to Settings → WP Mail SMTP to setup:
* For more detaild information please check out the SMTP documentation.
You can review more detailed information about the Google SMTP configuration at: https://support.google.com/a/answer/176600/ and our video guide on How To Configure Your Mail Client To Use GMail for Outgoing Mail Server
Step 1: After install all required plugins, "MailChimp for WP" will be added into the navigation menu on the sidebar. Go to MailChimp for WP → MailChimp Settings to setup:
Step 2 - To connect your MailChimp account you will need to enter your API keys into the necessary field. The plugin provides a convenient link, below the field, which will direct you to the API key in your MailChimp account. You must be logged in to your MailChimp account for the link to work as expected.
Step 3 - Once the API key is added and the changes saved, your list information will populate in the "MailChimp Data" area.
Step 4 - Forms Settings
Step 5 - Click MailChimp for WP → Forms, you can create and customize the HTML for the signup form to place within your Wordpress site.
Step 6 - Adjust messages shown when a form submission is complete as well as any error messaging.
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