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SMTPit Pro

Next Generation Email plug-in

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SMTPit Set Authentication

NameSMTPit Set Authentication
Description

Sets the type of authentication used to connect to the mail server.

FormatSMTPit Set Authentication ( Type ; Username ; Password ; TLS Type )
Required Parameters
Type

The Type of Authentication (Specify None; Default; Plain; Login; CRAM-MD5; or Auto). Plain, Login, and CRAM-MD5 are the actual types of authentication the mail server supports. If you know which one your mail server supports, select it, otherwise use the Auto type. Auto will make the plug-in figure out which type works with your mail server. Specifying None will turn authentication off. Default uses the values set in the configuration dialog.

Optional Parameters
Username

Specify the account username.

Password

Specify the account password.

TLS Type

Specify the type of SSL/TLS/STARTTLS encryption to use ( None; AfterConnect; or BeforeConnect ). The type depends on your mail server. If you do not know the type your mail server requires, try both to see which type works.

As a general rule, if you are using port 465, set this to “BeforeConnect”, or if you are using port 587, set this to “AfterConnect”. Even if you are using these ports, it is possible you do not need to use SSL at all, as this depends on your mail server.