This article shows how to set up the SendPulse SMTP-server in MailPoet, a WordPress' mailing plugin.
*Given that MailPoet is already installed in WordPress:
Open plugin's settings menu: Settings
Now select the email delivery type: open Send With menu and in Other box click Configure:
Now in the right-hand side of this menu you need to select an email delivery method: Method - SMTP
Next, specify the SMTP parameters (necessary details available in your SendPulse account)
Go to SMTP settings
You will see the necessary parameters there
Go back to MailPoet settings.
In Sending Frequency box select I'll set my own frequency, use # emails # boxes to specify the email sending speed (the speed may be limited by your subscription type - address SendPulse Customer Support for details);
In SMTP hostname menu enter SendPulse' smtp server: smtp-pulse.com;
SMTP Port: 2525;
Login: your SendPulse SMTP account login;
Password: your SendPulse SMTP account password;
Secure connection: select No - with port 2525 (or SSL encryption, if you go with port 465);
Authentication: select Yes.
Hit Activate to save the settings:
Make sure all the parameters are correct and send a test email to one of your own mailboxes - Send a test email.
*No need to set up SPF and DKIM records when SendPulse smtp server is used with WordPoet.
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