Many large companies and small business owners host their websites and email accounts on GoDaddy servers. Therefore, email marketers also hope to send mass emails through Go Daddy email SMTP servers. This article introduces how to get the correct settings of GoDaddy SMTP server in your email marketing software.

1. In Go Daddy "My Account" Panel, click “Email

Godaddy My Account Panel

 

2. Find the the email account you want to send mass emails with. Click “Manage Account”.

Go Daddy Email Accounts

 

3. In the new window, click the Info Center icon of the email account you want to do mass mailing with.

GoDaddy Email Control Panel

4. In the next pop-up window, find the correct SMTP settings and port number of this email address. (Note: you can also find the daily sending quota of your email account on this page.)

Go Daddy Email InfoCenter

 

5. Input the settings above into your email marketing software. Here we use 1and1Mail screen as an example.

1and1Mail SMTP Server Settings

6. Click "Test Account" in 1and1Mail to see if the setting is correct.

1and1Mail Test Account

Now, you are ready to send out your first email marketing campaigns through GoDaddy email account with professional email marketing software.

If you handle mass mailing through desktop email clients, you have to set up the incoming mail server (POP) and outgoing mail server (SMTP) correctly before you start sending and receiving emails.

Here 1and1Soft summarize POP and SMTP server settings of all commonly used email services. They are all collected from the official sources (namely, the official websites of Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo! Mail and AOL Mail, etc.). But your email service provider may change its mail server settings without any prior notification. It is suggested you contact your email service provider in case you encounter any error during the account setup or email delivery process.

In most mass mailing software, you only need to set up the outgoing mail server (SMTP server) address and port number because the software is sending mass emails out only.

In 1and1Mail, you only need to set the SMTP server correctly.
 

SMTP Servers

 

Gmail POP and SMTP Server Settings

Gmail Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server: smtp.gmail.com
Use Authentication: Yes
Port for SSL: 465

Gmail Incoming Mail (POP3) Server: pop.gmail.com
Use SSL: Yes
Port: 995
Note: Enabling POP in Gmail

Account Name: Your full email address (including @gmail.com or @your_domain.com)
Email Address: Your email address
Password: Your Gmail password

Further reading: Mail Clients Configuration for Gmail

Outlook / Hotmail POP and SMTP Server Settings

Outlook/Hotmail Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server: smtp.live.com
SMTP server needs authentication: Yes
This server requires SSL: No
Port
: 587

Account Name: Your full email address
Email Address: Your email address
Password: Your Outlook.com password

Yahoo! Mail POP and SMTP Server Settings

Yahoo! Mail Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server: smtp.mail.yahoo.com
Use Authentication: Yes
Port: 25 or 587
Note 1: If your Internet Service Provider (ISP) blocks Port 25, you will have to use an alternate SMTP Port number such as 587.
Note 2: AT&T customers use smtp.att.yahoo.com and Port 465 with SSL
Note 3: If you are using Yahoo! Small Business Email, please refer to here.

Yahoo! Mail Incoming Mail (POP3) Server: Only available in Yahoo! Mail Plus

Account Name: Your full email address or your Yahoo! ID
Email Address: Your email address
Password: Your Yahoo! ID password

Further reading: Yahoo! Mail Settings

AOL Mail POP and SMTP Server Settings

AOL Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server: smtp.aol.com
Use Authentication: Yes
Port: 587

AOL Incoming Mail (POP3) Server: pop.aol.com
Use SSL: Yes / No
Port: 110 for standard or 995 for SSL connection

Account Name: Your full email address
Email Address: Your email address
Password: Your AOL Mail password

Further reading: Send and Receive Emails from Classic AOL Mail Account

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