what does that mean? what hourly shipping limit? what does shipping have to do with email etc.?
Almost all third party SMTP clients, Servers, CMSs, and Plugins will use these settings to connect and relay mail through your Elastic Email Account. We don't know of any software that supports SMTP connections that do not work with Elastic Email, but there is a list of CMSs and Plugins that are designed to work specifically with Elastic Email.
Your Elastic Email Account SMTP Username is the same as your Elastic Email Account email address that you use to log in. However, you can also use your Elastic Email API Key as the Username. If you are using cram-md5 authentication you must supply the Email Address for the Username and your Elastic Email API Key for the Password.
Your SMTP Password is your API Key. There are some systems that limit the character length of the SMTP Password you can provide. If this is the case please contact support to get your API Key shortened.
You can either use smtp.elasticemail.com or smtp25.elasticemail.com
We support the following connection ports:
25, 2525, 587, 465
We support TLS and SSL connections. Make sure the connection port you are using is open on your own server.
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SMTP : 111 : Connection refused Errno 2: stream_socket_client(): unable to connect to smtp25.elasticemail.com:25 (Connection refused) at [ROOT]/includes/functions_messenger.php line 1090
SMTP : 111 : Connection refused
Errno 2: stream_socket_client(): unable to connect to smtp.elasticemail.com:2525 (Connection refused) at [ROOT]/includes/functions_messenger.php line 1090
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