To send emails from Drupal using Pepipost, you may use the SMTP Authentication Support
module or the Swift Mailer module depending on your needs.
The SMTP Authentication Support module supports SMTP authentication and can even connect to servers using SSL if supported by PHP.
The SwiftMailer library provides many features including sending emails directly through a SMTP server of your choice, a locally installed MTA agent or the mail functionality provided by PHP. It also allows sending HTML (MIME) emails, adding file attachments to emails and adding inline images to emails.
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Using the SMTP Authentication Support Module
To use the SMTP Authentication Support Module, install a version of this module that is compatible with your version of Drupal.
Install a version of this module that is compatible with your version of Drupal.
Open your modules page> find the SMTP module> click on configure
Enter the following settings:
SMTP Server – smtp.pepipost.com
SMTP Port – 587
Use Encrypted Protocol – No
Username – Your Pepipost Username
Password – Your Pepipost Password
Using the Swift Mailer Module
To use the Swift Mailer module, install a version of this module that is compatible with your version of Drupal.
Configuration for this module is largely the same as above.