If you have a hosting package and you set up an email address, you may take the option to send and receive messages for granted, however, this is not always the case. Sending emails is not necessarily included in the web hosting packages that companies have and an SMTP service is necessary to be able to do that. The abbreviation represents Simple Mail Transfer Protocol and that is the set of scripts that allows you to send out email messages. If you are using an email application, it creates a connection to the SMTP server. The latter then searches the DNS records of the domain name, that is a part of the receiving address to find out which email server handles its email messages. After some system information is interchanged, your SMTP server provides the message to the remote IMAP or POP server and then the email is finally delivered in the related mailbox. An SMTP server is required if you are using some sort of contact page form as well, so if you use a free of charge hosting plan, for instance, it's probable that you will not have the ability to make use of such a form as many no charge website hosting service providers don't allow outgoing e-mail messages.

SMTP Server in Hosting

With every Linux hosting package that we offer you, you’re able to work with our SMTP server and send out e-mail messages using your preferred email software, webmail or a script on your site. The service is provided with the plans by default, not being a paid add-on or on-demand, so you're able to use your emails the instant you create them via your Hepsia web hosting Control Panel. We've prepared thorough tutorials how one can create a mailbox in the most widespread desktop and smart phone email clients and they also feature all SMTP settings that you'll require along with common problems that you might encounter and their solutions. If you work with an online contact form on your Internet site, all that you should enter is the server name along with your e-mail, so you can get the form working quickly.