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Are you having trouble sending emails from your Joomla site? One easy way to solve this is by sending emails from Joomla 3 using the Gmail SMTP server. In this tutorial, we will show you how to send email in Joomla 3 using the Gmail SMTP server.



Why and When You Need Gmail SMTP Server for Joomla 3 Emails

Your Joomla 3 site need to emails to notify you of new user registration, submit contact form, lost password reset, or event automatic updates. By default, Joomla uses the PHP mail function to send out email notifications. However this function does not work as expected due to some reasons. Most Joomla hosting companies restrict usage of this function to prevent abuse and spam. Spam filters on popular email service providers check incoming emails to monitor if they are sent from an authentic mail servers.

Default Joomla emails fail this check and sometimes may not even make it to the spam folder. SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) is the industry standard for sending emails.Gmail provides SMTP service that you can use to send out emails from your Joomla site. If you just want to send WordPress notification emails to yourself and few users on your site, then Gmail SMTP servers are the best option.

How to Configure Joomla 3 to Send Email using Gmail

In the backend main menu, hover over Site and then click Global Configuration, go to the Server tab. Locate the Mail Settings to configure your SMTP settings. Here you will enter your E-Mail account information.

[jv_orderlist list_style="icon" icon="icon:pencil" icon_color="#444"][jv_li]Mailer → SMTP[/jv_li] [jv_li]From Email → Your email address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.[/jv_li] [jv_li]From Name → Your site name or your name Administrator of This Site[/jv_li] [jv_li]Disable Mass Mail → You should select No[/jv_li] [jv_li]SMTP Authentication → Select Yes[/jv_li] [jv_li]SMTP Security → SSL ( SMTP Port → 465 (If SSL port 465 does not work for you try and use p[ort 587 instead)[/jv_li]jv_li]SMTP Username → Your email address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.[/jv_li][jv_li]SMTP Password → Your email password[/jv_li][jv_li]SMTP Host →[/jv_li][/jv_orderlist]