This plugin is created especially for Multisite Networks. You can define all variables in the wp-config.php file and it will be valid for all sites in a Multisite. So this is not for a site-by-site configuration plugin. You can install it on a single WordPress install also and it will work perfectly. But if you install it in a Multisite Network, you can only network activate it!
This plugin is working with all SMTP servers and services, like Mailgun, SendGrid, Mandrill, Amazon SES and others.
SURBMA_SMTP_HOST– External SMTP server.
SURBMA_SMTP_USER– User for the SMTP account.
SURBMA_SMTP_PASSWORD– Password for the SMTP account.
SURBMA_SMTP_PORT– Port number for the SMTP server.
SURBMA_SMTP_SECURE– Choose SSL or TLS, if necessary for your SMTP server.
SURBMA_SMTP_FROM– From email address for all outgoing emails.
SURBMA_SMTP_FROMNAME– From name for all outgoing emails.
define('SURBMA_SMTP_HOST','smtp.mailgun.org'); define('SURBMA_SMTP_USER','firstname.lastname@example.org'); define('SURBMA_SMTP_PASSWORD','bb2b************************4133');
You can put these lines everywhere before the line, that says: “That’s It. Pencils down”
Do you want to contribute or help improving this plugin?
You can find it on GitHub: https://github.com/Surbma/surbma-smtp
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- Activate the Surbma – SMTP plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Set every global variable in the wp-config.php file.
- That’s it. 🙂
What does Surbma mean?
It is the reverse version of my last name. 😉
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Contributors & Developers
“Surbma | SMTP” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Release date: 2019-07-02
- Minor changes in title and description.
- Tested up to WordPress 5.2 version.
- Minor change in description.
- Simple versioning.
- Minor code optimizations.
- Tested up to WordPress 4.9 version.
- Tested with PHP 7.2 version.
- Allow only network activation in Multisite Networks.
- Added detailed description.
- Initial release.