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SMTP Error: Could not authenticate -> This indicates the server refused your authentication data, probably due to incorrect username or password, but other incorrect settings can cause this too (like a bad port or encryption). Double check you have entered correct information in settings and contact with your SMTP server support if all is ok from your side. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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SMTP Error: Could not authenticate -> This indicates the server refused your authentication data, probably due to incorrect username or password, but other incorrect settings can cause this too (like a bad port or encryption). Double check you have entered correct information in settings and contact with your SMTP server support if all is ok from your side.
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Lots of things can be considered to reject your emails in destination without any notice: Content of the email triggering spam filters (i.e. too many links in your email content) or recipient server policy, bad reputation of your domain or SMTP IP, missing recommendations (i.e. SPF record)... It's a whole world man! You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Lots of things can be considered to reject your emails in destination without any notice: Content of the email triggering spam filters (i.e. too many links in your email content) or recipient server policy, bad reputation of your domain or SMTP IP, missing recommendations (i.e. SPF record)... It's a whole world man!
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Be happy man, life is life... Sending an email successfully does not guarantee you that it will reach the destination, an email goes thru many email servers before reaching the recipient email inbox. And finally, if your email reach the server that handles the inbox for the destination email address, it's this server who has the last word to decide if your email is going to be delivered to the recipient or not. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Be happy man, life is life... Sending an email successfully does not guarantee you that it will reach the destination, an email goes thru many email servers before reaching the recipient email inbox. And finally, if your email reach the server that handles the inbox for the destination email address, it's this server who has the last word to decide if your email is going to be delivered to the recipient or not.
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Gmail/Google Apps (and probably other servers too) only allows you to send emails using your account email address in the FROM header. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Gmail/Google Apps (and probably other servers too) only allows you to send emails using your account email address in the FROM header.
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If you don't know how to access to that file or you can't see any useful information about the sending process on that log file, <strong>you need to contact with the support staff of your SMTP server</strong> to ask them for the information. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If you don't know how to access to that file or you can't see any useful information about the sending process on that log file, <strong>you need to contact with the support staff of your SMTP server</strong> to ask them for the information.
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The location of the PHP error_log file it's not the same in all servers, because it can be customized by the server admin. In all cases you'll need to use a (S)FTP client to check it. Example of possible locations: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The location of the PHP error_log file it's not the same in all servers, because it can be customized by the server admin. In all cases you'll need to use a (S)FTP client to check it. Example of possible locations:
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<strong>Remember to turn off Debug Mode when you're done with the troubleshooting to avoid raising your server load by generating unnecessary logs.</strong> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<strong>Remember to turn off Debug Mode when you're done with the troubleshooting to avoid raising your server load by generating unnecessary logs.</strong>
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If you're having trouble sending your emails, you can activate the debug mode in settings page. That activates the logging of the commands and data between WordPress and your SMTP server, and <strong>most of the time</strong> you will find useful information in your PHP error_log file. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If you're having trouble sending your emails, you can activate the debug mode in settings page. That activates the logging of the commands and data between WordPress and your SMTP server, and <strong>most of the time</strong> you will find useful information in your PHP error_log file.
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That means that <strong>this plugin doesn't send you emails</strong>, when the plugin is enabled WordPress sends your emails using <strong>your SMTP server</strong>. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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That means that <strong>this plugin doesn't send you emails</strong>, when the plugin is enabled WordPress sends your emails using <strong>your SMTP server</strong>.
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This plugin is just a way to tell WordPress something like: "Please dear WordPress, use my SMTP server to send the emails, not the web server." You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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This plugin is just a way to tell WordPress something like: "Please dear WordPress, use my SMTP server to send the emails, not the web server."
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Where there's no path specified for the PHP's error_log file, this information should be added to your web server (i.e. Apache) error log. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Where there's no path specified for the PHP's error_log file, this information should be added to your web server (i.e. Apache) error log.
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If you're using a VPS or dedicated server you know how to find this file! ;) The path of the file anyway is controled by error_log directive in php.ini or if you're using PHP-FPM by php_admin_value[error_log] in your pool .conf file. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If you're using a VPS or dedicated server you know how to find this file! ;) The path of the file anyway is controled by error_log directive in php.ini or if you're using PHP-FPM by php_admin_value[error_log] in your pool .conf file.
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And unfortunatelly, there're some hosting companies that don't allow the user to access directly to this error log file. So you'll need to contact your hosting support. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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And unfortunatelly, there're some hosting companies that don't allow the user to access directly to this error log file. So you'll need to contact your hosting support.
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Some other shared hostings put it inside of a "logs" directory in the root of your (S)FTP account. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Some other shared hostings put it inside of a "logs" directory in the root of your (S)FTP account.
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Some major shared hosting companies (i.e Hostgator), put this file in the root of your site (i.e. /public_html/ ) with the name of error_log You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Some major shared hosting companies (i.e Hostgator), put this file in the root of your site (i.e. /public_html/ ) with the name of error_log
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