Sending email remotely via code or configuration

garbintecnologia

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Hello,

I would like to know what is the most correct way to send remote email via code or third party software?

Example: A client of mine has a system for sending invoices, he would like to use the email authentication present in cPanel to carry out these messages.

I already made some settings here, but I don't feel 100% sure to say that this is right. It is being able to send emails, but without support for a secure connection (using tls or ssl), port 465 is being used to send.

I would like a guide to configure this issue on my server to use sending e-mails remotely and also to avoid spam or security breaches, is there any material explaining this or could you help me?

Thank's
 

cPRex

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Hey there! This more of a development or coding question than an email issue, but I'd recommend starting with a guide like this:


You'll definitely want to ensure the sessions are being authenticated to avoid the messages being marked as spam, and to ensure they are accepted by all servers.
 

garbintecnologia

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Okay, is that when I tried to use SSL on the server to send e-mail it presented the message: "Error sending e-mail: SSL is not available on this server."

For this reason I thought that it could be some wrong configuration on my cPanel server.

The link you sent me is using port 465, will it always be this?

Thanks
 

garbintecnologia

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Okay, I'm going to do a few more tests with code to try to use SSL/TLS. Actually the system that was tried to use SSL is from a client, so I don't have any details about the error, only the message that the server did not support SSL.

Thanks for listening