When you've got a shared website hosting package and you set up an email address, you may consider the option to send out and receive messages for granted, but in fact, this is not always the case. Sending email messages is not always a part of the website hosting plans that companies have and an SMTP service is necessary to be capable to do that. The acronym represents Simple Mail Transfer Protocol and this is the piece of software that permits you to send email messages. If you use an e-mail program, it creates a connection to the SMTP server. The latter then queries the DNS data of the domain, that is a part of the receiving address to find out what email server handles its email messages. After some system information is exchanged, your SMTP server delivers the message to the remote IMAP or POP server and the email is finally delivered in the matching mailbox. An SMTP server is needed if you use some sort of contact page as well, so if you use a no charge hosting plan, for instance, it is very likely that you won't have the ability to use such a form as most free of charge website hosting service providers do not allow outgoing email messages.

SMTP Server in Shared Website Hosting

Our SMTP server is available to all clients that have a shared website hosting plan with our company and it's also an element of the standard set of services you get whenever you subscribe, not an optional upgrade. You'll find the settings that you need to send out messages in the Emails area of the Hepsia Control Panel, which is provided with the hosting packages, along with help articles that can explain to 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 troubleshooting guides with frequent difficulties and solutions if you are unable to send out emails for some reason. Using our services, you will be able to send messages using any software or to use an online contact form on your Internet site as soon as you set up an e-mail addresses in your account.