DELIVER YOUR E-MAILS SUCCESSFULY
By default, your emails are dispatched via the mail server running on the Magento installation server. In other words, it's quite likely that your emails will either end up in spam folders or will get rejected altogether. To improve the chance of a successful email delivery, you need to use reliable SMTP servers.
Flexible settings of SMTP
Configure parameters with autofill option
Define authentication and connection parameters
Specify the address to send test emails
Control the sending of all emails
Deliver all emails of any types successfully. SMTP Email Settings handles all the emails that are sent out from your Magento store (welcome, emails, newsletter, order confirmations, invoices, etc).
12 preset SMTP providers
Configure your own custom SMTP server or use one of the following preset providers:
Debug mode and log of all errors
Debug mode emulates the work of Magento 2 email SMTP server without sending out any emails. If any errors occur you will see them in the log and make fixes without reconsidering all the settings. Clear the log manually or automatically after a certain period of time.
Specify settings for multiple websites and store views
If you manage multiple Magento stores from one backend, it’ll be quite useful for you to specify SMTP parameters as a server address, a provider and others for each store separately.
Log all emails and view the details of every letter
The extension registers and logs all emails that are sent from your store.
You can see what, when and to whom the email was sent.
Check the current status of the email (pending, in process or failed)
Preview the frontend layout of any email.
Authorization via the industry-standard OAuth 2.0 protocol.
- 100% Open Source — Easy To Customize
- Follows Magento Code Architecture
- Separated HTML/CSS/JS
- Simple installation via Composer
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Version 1.0.4 - September 19, 2017
– Magento 2.2 compatibility improved
Version 1.0.3 - August 30, 2017
– Magento 2.2 compatibility introduced
Version 1.0.2 - April 12, 2017
– Compatibility improvements
Version 1.0.1 - June 16, 2016
– Use specific store settings when creating order or sending order e-mail from the backend