Interspire can't connect to mail server

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  1. SeoQuest

    SeoQuest Junior Member

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    I have interspire installed on a shared hosting with smtp enabled but if i try to send emails i receive error that it can't connect to the mail server. I am using these settings for smtp:

    Smtp hostname: [email protected]

    Smtp username: username

    Smtp password: pass

    Smtp port: 25 - i tried also with 465 but didn't work.



    Can anyone tell me if this are the right settings?
     
  2. ihatecaptcha

    ihatecaptcha BANNED BANNED

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    try..............587
     
  3. SeoQuest

    SeoQuest Junior Member

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    I tried with 587 but still can't connect. I installed interspire on two shared hostings but it can't connect on both of them.

    This is the one:

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    This is the other:

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  4. ihatecaptcha

    ihatecaptcha BANNED BANNED

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    why are you using gmail as your hostname using this script?

    Use a desktop mailer to use gmail smtp's.

    Gmail use ssl.
     
  5. SeoQuest

    SeoQuest Junior Member

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    I want to test if Interspire is working. It's a nulled version but i think this is more likely problem with the hosting server that is blocking connection to smtp than with interspire it self.
     
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  6. listerdl

    listerdl Junior Member

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    Yes let us know how you get on.

    I am at the same stage as you and would be very interested to learn more.

    Perhaps shared hosting is basically the issue - with VPS you get a lot more "freedom" perhaps?