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Apache

This article is an expansion of an existing article regarding basic SMTP authentication with PHP, which can be found here. 

Within the Cloud Sites environment, it is possible to craft an HTML formatted email message for delivery...
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Linux and PHP

This article is an expansion of an existing article regarding basic SMTP authentication with PHP, which can be found here. 

Within the Cloud Sites environment, it is possible to craft an HTML formatted email message for delivery...
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You can test PHP SMTP functions with the following two examples. The first one is standard SMTP while the second one is SMTP with SSL.
We strongly recommend using an SMTP relay that requires authentication. Sending mail through...
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Hosted Exchange

CRAM-MD5 is a secure log-in method used by some mail clients to encrypt user credentials during SMTP requests. In recent years it has been largely replaced by technologies like SSL or TLS, which encrypt the entire mail connection...
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Rackspace Email

CRAM-MD5 is a secure log-in method used by some mail clients to encrypt user credentials during SMTP requests. In recent years it has been largely replaced by technologies like SSL or TLS, which encrypt the entire mail connection...
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Other Mail Servers

Mailgun is an email automation service provided by Rackspace. It offers a complete cloud-based email service for sending, receiving and tracking email sent through your websites and applications. Mailgun features are available...
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You can use the following code saved into a file with a .asp extension to test CDOSYS functionality; CDOSYS is a built-in component in ASP, so utilizing it from your ASP code takes no additional effort on your part.
We strongly...
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Open relays are a bad thing — they allow anyone to send email from your mail server. The mail server does not check that it is authorized to send mail from the mail address on the third-party email.
What this means is that anyone...
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