How to Fix WordPress Not Sending Emails Issue – MakeYourWP Gmail SMTP Setup

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How to Fix WordPress Not Sending Emails Issue – MakeYourWP Gmail SMTP Setup

by | Jun 7, 2022 | Free Wordpress Plugins | 0 comments



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Are you looking for an easy way to get your WordPress emails into your email inbox, instead of spam?

Then you have come to the right place.

This video will show you how you can get WordPress emails in your inbox.

So let’s get started!

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00:00 Intro

01:10 Create a business email

01:35 Get your own domain

03:37 Create an account in ImproMX

04:38 Add the record to DNS page

07:48 Create an email forward

09:39 Send emails from your business email

11:02 Generate the app password in google

11:56 Add your business email to Gmail

15:55 Receive emails in your inbox instead of spam folder

16:13 Connect your website with google cloud platform

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Part 1: Create a business email

Get your domain name, by going here

And search for domain name that is available

Fill up your details and make payment

Once you got your domains,

Go to your webspace dashboard click ‘domains’

Step 1: Create an account in ImproMX

Click here

Now enter your domain name, email & click ‘Create a free alias

To activate email forwarding, click ‘email forwarding needs setup’

Now you will find MX & TXT records

Step 2 Add the record to DNS page

Go to webspacekit ► Manage DNS , now add the records

Once record is added click ‘Continue’ ► Check again

Step 3: Create an email forward

Enter business email, click add

Now you will receive emails from business email

Part 2: Send emails from your business email

Step 1: Enable 2-step verification for Google account

Go to impromx ► SMTP credentials ► Gmail SMTP technique

Now click enable, & sign in to your google account.

Step 2: Generate the app password in google

Go to impromx ► Create app password ► Enter your Gmail

Select app as other, enter name & click ‘Generate’

And you will get the generated password.

Step 3: Add your business email to Gmail

Go to your email inbox ► Settings ► See all settings ► Accounts & import

Click ‘add another email address’, enter ‘from name’ & business email,

Then enter smtp.gmail.com as smtp server, user name

And the password that was generated & verify email.

To make your business email as default from address

Go to Settings ► See all settings ► Accounts & import

Next to your business email click make default.

Part 3: Connect your website with Google cloud platform

Step 1: Install WP SMTP plugin

Once installed, click settings, enter business email in from email text box

Enter ‘from name’ and select ‘Google’

Now to get client ID, Client secret

Go to console.developers.google.com

Sign in to your Google account & click ‘Create project’, enter project details

Click ‘enable api & services’, search for Gmail API And enable it,

Go to credentials ► Create credentials ► OAuth client id ►Configure consent screen

Enable external ► Create, Now enter the app information, email and click save

Click back to dashboard ► Publish app ► Confirm, to verify your app

Go to credential ► Create credentials ► OAuth client id, select application type

► Add url ► create you will get the details, add the details to your WordPress dashboard

After adding click save ► allow plugin to send emails using google account.

Select your Google account, click advance ► go to wpmailsmtp.com ► Continue.

This is how you can receive your WordPress email in your inbox instead of spam.

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