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Discussion in '3CX Phone System - General' started by igpetkov, Feb 25, 2015.

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  1. igpetkov

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    I have a problem with Mail Server. I can't send welcome e-mails and notifications.
    I use this e-mail with Thunderbird and everything is fine (send and receive messeges), but I want to use this account for my 3CX PBX to send welcome messeges and notifications. Try to enable SSL/TLS but do not succeed. Try to specify port 465 doesn't matter. I attached screens with account settings in Thinderbird and screen from 3CX PBX.
    I will be glab for any help. Thank You.

    If someone use gmail or other free mail server, let share his expirience
     

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    Did you tell 3CX who your e-mailprovider is?
    Settings > General > Mail Server
     
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  3. igpetkov

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    Yes, I enter mail server, user name and all other data - same as thunderbird account.
     

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    Hi,

    As far as I know you have to specify the port number if you don’t use the default SMTP port number 25.
    If you enable SSL/TLS or use another SMTP port you also have to specify the port number in the Mail Server field. In your case something like mbox.contact.bg:465 or mbox.contact.bg:587
     
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    Yes, I try what you say, and posted screens, but I make again and post results again:
     

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    craigreilly Well-Known Member

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    I had that same error message once trying to use IIS SMTP Server.
    I changed to an Office 365 connector and it went away.
    I never had time to wireshark it, but was happy using 365 for transport.
    A wireshark log may give a better error.
     
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    Thank You for your posts. When I have a time may try Wireshark. Is any use free mail server like googlemail for mail server? I will be glad to share his expirience in that forum . Thank You again
     
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    I do not succeed to establish connection with smtp server of my ISP, and decide to use gmail. I attach screen with smtp settings of gmail.com
     

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