When you have a website hosting package and you create an e-mail address, you may take the option to send and receive emails for granted, however, this is not always true. Sending emails is not always a part of the hosting packages that service providers have and an SMTP service is needed to be capable to do that. The acronym represents Simple Mail Transfer Protocol and that is the set of scripts that enables you to send out e-mail messages. If you work with an e-mail app, it connects to the SMTP server. The latter then looks up the DNS records of the domain name, which is a part of the receiving address to find out which mail server handles its e-mails. After system information is interchanged, your SMTP server delivers the e-mail to the remote IMAP or POP server and the email is finally delivered in the matching mailbox. An SMTP server is needed if you work with some kind of contact page as well, so in case you work with a free hosting package, for instance, it is likely that you won't be able to make use of this type of form since many no charge web hosting companies don't allow outgoing e-mails.
SMTP Server in Website Hosting
With every single Linux website hosting package we offer, you are able to use our SMTP server and send e-mails through your preferred e-mail program, webmail or a script on your site. The service is available with the packages as standard, not as a paid add-on or on-demand, so you're able to use your emails the instant you create them through your Hepsia hosting Control Panel. We have prepared in-depth tutorials how you can create a mailbox in the most popular desktop and smart phone email clients and they include all SMTP adjustments that you'll require as well as standard problems that you might experience along with their solutions. If you use an online contact page form on your web site, all that you should enter is the server name plus your e-mail address, to get the form operating in no time.