When you've got a shared website hosting plan and you set up an email address, you might consider the option to send and receive messages for granted, but in fact, that isn't always the case. Sending emails isn't necessarily part of the website hosting plans that companies will offer you and an SMTP service is required to be capable to do that. The acronym signifies Simple Mail Transfer Protocol and this is the set of scripts that permits you to send out e-mails. If you work with an email application, it creates a connection to the SMTP server. The latter then searches the DNS data of the domain name, which is a part of the receiving address to find out what email server manages its email messages. After system data is swapped, your SMTP server provides the message to the remote IMAP or POP server and the email is finally delivered in the corresponding mailbox. An SMTP server is necessary if you work with some sort of contact page form too, so in case you work with a no charge hosting package, for example, it's probable that you won't be able to make use of this type of form since many no charge hosting companies do not allow outgoing email messages.

SMTP Server in Shared Website Hosting

Being able to access our SMTP server is part of our standard range of services that you will get as soon as you buy a shared website hosting package through us. You'll be able to send out e-mail messages using virtually any e-mail app or device, webmail or maybe an email form on your site. You can find the settings that you'll require in the Emails part of our Hepsia web hosting Control Panel, which comes with all plans. We have also prepared detailed tutorials where you can discover in details exactly how to create an email account on your computer or phone plus some typical situations and solutions if you are not able to send out e-mails. There is no activation time or anything you need to do, so you will be capable to send messages as soon as you get a web hosting account and you also create an email address with any domains.