Apr 182018
 

The following Easy WP SMTP Additional Plugin Settings tutorial shows you how to set up the optional settings like domain check, debug log and more.

Last Updated: March 4, 2019

Latest News: I have updated the information below.

The following documentation shows you how to enable and set up the following additional plugin settings. Make sure you know what you are doing before you play around with these settings.

Easy WP SMTP Tutorials:

  1. Plugin Settings
  2. Additional Settings
  3. Test Email Settings

Easy WP SMTP Additional Plugin Settings

Step 1 ) Go to Settings -> Easy WP SMTP -> Additional Settings as illustrated in the following image. This allows you to setup the following field.

Additional Settings (Optional)

  • Don’t Replace “From” Field

easy-wp-smtp-additional-settings

Step 1-a ) The following image allows you to enable and set up the following options.

More Additional Settings (Optional)

  • Enable Domain Check
  • SMTP settings will be used only if the site is running on following domain(s):
  • Block all emails

easy-wp-smtp-additional-settings-enable-domain-check-new

Step 1-b ) The following image allows you to enable and set up the following options.

More Additional Settings (Optional)

  • Encrypt Password
  • Allow Insecure SSL Certificates
  • Enable Debug Log = You can view or clear the log file.
  • Click on Save Changes button once you are finish with your settings.

easy-wp-smtp-additional-settings-enable-domain-check-extra

Danger Zone

Step 2 ) The following image Danger Zone allows you to enable and set up the following options.

Danger Zone Settings

  • Click on Export Settings button.
  • Click on Import Settings button.
  • Click on >>> Self Destruct >>> button.

easy-wp-smtp-additional-settings-danger-zone

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That is all you need to do to set up the (Optional) additional settings in the plugin.

I will be updating this post from time to time. So keep coming back for more.

Enjoy.

Manuel Ballesta Ruiz is a web developer, Blogger and WordPress Enthusiast.

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