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Hosting on Godaddy...email on Gmail

Thread began 7/30/2012 4:27 pm by Paul | Last modified 8/08/2012 12:04 pm by Paul | 146970 views | 17 replies

Paul

Hosting on Godaddy...email on Gmail

My client has their hosting package on a Windows server through godaddy.com (not my decision).

They are hosting their website.com email through gmail. I have a universal email form that I am trying to configure. This is what I have:

Email Object: Mail
Character Set: default
SMTP Server: ssl://smtp.gmail.com
Port: 465

Also tried it without the ssl and using port 587.

The "From" email address is my customers email address: user@website.com. I have also tested it using my personal gmail account. None of the emails are coming through, but the redirection is working fine.

Any suggestions would be very helpful.

Thanks,
Paul

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