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PowerMTA + Google SMTP

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Julia White, Jul 11, 2017.

  1. Julia White

    Julia White Newbie

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    Hello guys!

    I need to send messages from google smtp. Now I had set up sending from powerMTA port 2525. How I can send smth from another ISP?
     
  2. bartosimpsonio

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    This won't work. You'll need your own SMTPs.
     
  3. lotfiuser

    lotfiuser Newbie

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    any cheap smtp recomandation
     
  4. BusinessSmack

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    Marketing from Google is never recommended.

    It's possible but takes skill.
    They are crazy about security, and each account is limited to 500

    If you need SMTP check us out we offer 10k free sends for all accounts.
    PM me if you have any questions but for even faster support make a ticket from ur dash ;)
     
  5. Julia White

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    Okay, how can I config another SMPT for sending mails? Not default powerMTA. Where I should config it?
     
  6. Shoaib Khokhar

    Shoaib Khokhar Junior Member

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    I would recommend you to get that ESP which offers you to configure as many SMTP as you can along with multi MTA. That's what you need!