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Topic # 196186 22-May-2016 13:11
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Hey guys.


Just wondering if anyone know the SMTP Server for My Republic?


I'm running a WAMP server and would like to send emails using PHP scripts.





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  Reply # 1557256 22-May-2016 13:21
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As far as I know MR does not offer email servers so probably don't offer public SMTP Servers.


Why not use the outbound SMTP service for who you are paying for your email services?





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  Reply # 1557259 22-May-2016 13:23
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Does MR block Port 25 as a default?

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  Reply # 1557262 22-May-2016 13:30
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Does MR block Port 25 as a default?



Shouldnt matter if they do or not, since any proper email provider supports 465 or 587 with forced TLS to protect the authentication.


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  Reply # 1557315 22-May-2016 14:46
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Hi there, 


Since we don't offer any email services, we don't have a SMTP server sorry.





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  Reply # 1557728 23-May-2016 09:28
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Can walk you through what to do if you post your client, but the gist is to set the outgoing server as your email provider's server and enable outgoing server authentication in your email client

Evan Pope | MyRepublic Group

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