If you need to send (mass) mails from an e-mail with your domain extension (email@example.com), and our limit is too small for you, then you can use external SMTP servers.
We recommend using Gmail services for this. Google GMail offers a free SMTP server which can be used by anyone who has a GMail account. If you don’t have a GMail account, you can create one at the GMail account creation page. Afterward, you will need to configure your mail client to use GMail for outgoing mail server.
The details needed are listed below:
- Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server: smtp.gmail.com.
- Use Authentication: Yes.
- Use Secure Connection: Yes (this can be TLS or SSL depending on your mail client).
- Username: Enter your Gmail.
- Password: Your Gmail’s password.
- Port: 465 or 587.