When you've got a shared website hosting account and you create an e-mail address, you might take the option to send out and receive emails for granted, but in fact, that isn't always true. Sending email messages isn't necessarily included in the web hosting packages that companies will offer you and an SMTP service is necessary to be able to do that. The acronym signifies Simple Mail Transfer Protocol and that is the set of scripts that permits you to send email messages. If you use an e-mail app, 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 mail server manages its e-mails. After some system information is exchanged, your SMTP server delivers the email to the remote IMAP or POP server and then the e-mail is finally delivered in the corresponding mailbox. An SMTP server is necessary if you are using some kind of contact form too, so if you use a free hosting package, for example, it's probable that you will not have the ability to use such a form as most no charge web hosting service providers don't allow outgoing email messages.

SMTP Server in Shared Website Hosting

Our SMTP server is available to all customers that have a shared website hosting plan with our company and it is an element of the standard range of services you get whenever you register, not an extra add-on. You'll find the settings that you need to send e-mails in the Emails part of the Hepsia Control Panel, which is included in the website hosting packages, along with help articles that will show you how you can set up an email address in the most common desktop and smartphone e-mail clients step by step. You will also find trouble shooting guides with the most standard issues and solutions if you're not able to send emails for whatever reason. Using our services, you will be able to send e-mails using any app or use an online contact page form on your web site the instant you set up an e-mail addresses in your account.