almost 10 years ago
Create Incoming Mail Server
Go to Setting->Configuration->Email->Incoming Mail Servers, and create
Give a Name, example: Incoming Gmail Server
Select Server Type as POP/IMAP
In Server Name field, give the hostname or the IP of the mail server, example: pop.gmail.com, imap.gmail.com
Add the Port number: 995(POP) and 993(IMAP)
Select SSL/TLS for encrypted connection
Add Username and Password of the account to be used
Under Actions to Perform on Incoming Mails: for Create a New Record ?select the appropriate process or object to make part of this server conversations, example: Invoice
Click on Test & Confirm, and save. If error occurs check for the Server Name or the Port that can be wrong
Creating Outgoing Mail Server
Go to Setting->Configuration->Email->Outgoing Mail Servers, and create
In Description field, give an appropriate name, example: localhost
SMTP Server, give the hostname or the IP of the SMTP server, example: smtp.gmail.com
Port as 465.
SSL/TLS in Connection Security, for the encrypted connection.
Username and Password of the account to be used through which the mails will be sent.
Click on Test Connection button to test the connection. On success save. For errors look for the SMTP Server or port.
Starting with Chrome version 45, NPAPI is no longer supported for Google Chrome. For more information, see Chrome and NPAPI (blog.chromium.org).
Firefox and Microsoft Internet Explorer are recommended browsers for websites using java applets.
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