What is SMTP?

SMTP stands for Simple Mail Transfer Protocol and it is basically a server to send and receive emails.

Normal email servers can sometimes have a daily or hourly limit on emails you can send. Also, sometimes, when you have an online shop or software, your emails sent from the back office can tend to get lost or not arrive to their destination.

By having a third party SMTP Relay Service, you can make sure your transactional emails get delivered, while also enjoying the tool’s benefits, such as precise statistics, IP reputation management, SPF, DKIM, among others.

You don’t need to know how to code. All you have to do is direct your email client to our SMTP Server and connect with the credentials given to you inside your Mailpro Account. It takes only minutes.

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