How to Set Up SMTP with WordPress Using GoDaddy Hosting -- No Steps Skipped!

Hosting in Godaddy – How to Set Up SMTP with WordPress Using GoDaddy Hosting — No Steps Skipped!


How to Set Up SMTP with WordPress Using GoDaddy Hosting — No Steps Skipped!

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If you’re having trouble setting up SMTP with WordPress, and you have GoDaddy hosting– you’re in luck! This video shows you how to create a free email account with GoDaddy, and use the login credentials for that email account to set up SMTP with WordPress.

Creating SMTP for your WordPress website can be frustrating, but this video from The DIY Website takes all the stress out of it. This video is not for folks that already have a custom domain that they may be using for their email, as the instructions could interfere with your current email configuration.

If this is your first website, or you have been using a gmail address or aol account for your email, these steps should work just fine. Once you get an email from GoDaddy that your email is ready to go, the steps required to finalize the process won’t take much time at all.

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39 thoughts on “Hosting in Godaddy – How to Set Up SMTP with WordPress Using GoDaddy Hosting — No Steps Skipped!

  1. Actually the problem i that my wordpress is hosted on aws EC2 instance and my email accounts are hosted on Godaddy. Is there a way we can configure our emails with wp smtp with above configuration like we can do for gmail outlook and other popular mail providers. Your help will be much appreciated.

  2. The magic is that port 80.
    It took me tons of time to tried all the servers that Godaddy provided (include relay servers), but they always fail to connect in the end.
    This video solved them all, the email go straight to my Inbox. Thanks you.<3 many love.

  3. Thank you so much! I was afraid that the information in your video may be outdated. The server and port names that GoDaddy have in my account settings were so wrong! Instead, I used the same server name and port name you used and viola! It worked.

  4. Thanks! Third time using this plugin but first time with GoDaddy workspace email. Your video helped a lot. Disappointed though that GoDaddy's email won't support TLS. Cheers!

  5. Sir i'm using core php mail() function to send the mail. i'm not get any errors but i'm not getting any email from godaddy server.
    Please help me.
    This is my code(Without SMTP authentication)

    $subject = "Please validate your email";
    $message = "Validation info, blah blah. 2nd msg";
    $Header = 'Content-type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1' . "rn";
    $Header .= 'From: Vinoth <[email protected]gmail.com >' . "rn";

    if(mail('[email protected]', $subject, $message, $Header))

    echo "email sent……..";

    else

    echo "email sending fail….";

  6. I'm confused by the instructions at 4:45. You say to only check the box if you use gmail/aol etc. for your email and not a custom domain (which it looks like your email does use). You continue the process with the box checked even though you are using a custom domain. Sorry if I missed something somewhere, but I really want to understand this so I don't screw something up. So if I set up an email on goDaddy using my domain name and not gmail etc., then which option do I select? Thanks again for the video tutorial!

  7. Thank you SO MUCH! My godaddy email inbox was not receveing any email from Ninja Forms, but other email like outlook was. Now everything is working ok.
    I know about the quota, but my customer need the inbox. YOU ROCK!

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