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Connected to gmail-smtp-msa.l.google.com. It's Primary SMTP server: relay.jangostmp.net and SMTP port: 587. xampp->php->php.ini 1 Featured Reply vibhaJ 126 4 Years Ago It should be. BTW, you Gmail account can get blocked if you're not using this script the right way: then you have to use e-mail verification to be able to use your gmail account http://iipseconline.com/smtp-error/phpmailer-smtp-server-error.html

but i get same error.... The PHPMailer wiki has a section on this: https://github.com/PHPMailer/PHPMailer/wiki/Troubleshooting#php-56-certificate-verification-failure The suggested workaround is including the following piece of code: $mail->SMTPOptions = array( 'ssl' => array( 'verify_peer' => false, 'verify_peer_name' => false, now I'm using the PHPMailer with XAMPP. Olaf Lederer Hi, do you created an Elasticmail account?

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Olaf Hi, I guess you're trying run that script on a windows machine right? This is very likely to happen on port 25, but less likely to happen on ports 465 and 587, so it's yet another reason to use encryption! would anyone please help to find the solution ?? But not through PHPMailer ...

Try setting the variable: // if you're using SSL $mail->SMTPSecure = 'ssl'; // OR use TLS $mail->SMTPSecure = 'tls'; share|improve this answer answered Aug 13 '10 at 15:41 Viper_Sb 1,553812 add Log in or register to post comments Comment #2 Relia CreditAttribution: Relia commented July 6, 2010 at 8:24am Hello I have the same problem. Jim Actually it's a feature of a website service I have for some teachers. Smtp Error: Could Not Authenticate. Drupal Basic Gmail Example Adv.

If nothing helps, try this on Windows 7. I think just before few mins you have post all extensions from php.ini and it was there, Even when you check php configuration from browser (from test.php and code which i This error can also be caused if your PHP is using a libcurl compiled with libressl (a common option on homebrew) which has a bug relating to this instead of the http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7957573/phpmailer-smtp-error SMTP no auth.

Only really useful for analysing protocol-level bugs, very verbose, probably not what you need. Smtpsecure Phpmailer Please give some solution for that. Reportedly, changing this setting may take an hour or more to take effect, so don't expect an immediate fix. I am often having problems with my shared host being blacklisted through genuine email distribution scripts on the accounts within it and this script looks like an excellent way around that.

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Log in or register to post comments Comment #14 vvenk CreditAttribution: vvenk commented January 30, 2013 at 11:55am Hi: I am on a Windows 7 machine and developing an application that https://sourceforge.net/p/phpmailer/discussion/130418/thread/3fe31b72/ What kind of bugs do "goto" statements lead to? Smtp Error Could Not Connect To Smtp Host Phpmailer smtp usernamedefine('SMTPPWD', 'password'); // sec. Smtp Error: Could Not Connect To Smtp Host. Gmail In my experience most problems people have using the script in this tutorial are NOT related to PHP 😉 Jatin I really appreciate your method of code (as you mentioned fall-back

Check also with your hosting provider that these ports are open. this content The code works fine on another Windows 7 machine. Message could not be sent. DNS failures These are often seen as connection timeouts, or "Temporary failure in name resolution", "could not resolve host", "getaddrinfo failed" or similar errors. Smtp -> Error: Failed To Connect To Server: (0)

You signed out in another tab or window. Gmail, OAuth2 and "Allow less secure apps" From December 2014, Google started imposing an authentication mechanism called XOAUTH2 based on OAuth2 for access to their apps, including Gmail. Olaf Lederer Check with your hosting company the following directives : allow url_fopen need to be set, safe_mode most be off and check that open_basedir is okay too. weblink PHP version is 5.3.1.

check this information from the Google help: http://www.google.com/support/a/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=33786 lloyd27 I suggest the function could return true in case of succcess, and the error message in case the email is not sent, Phpmailer Smtp Connect() Failed OpenSSL is a standard on Linux but not for windows, check google for "openssl for windows" Jim Great information. I am running out of ideas.

Do you have any experience about the "reach the inbox success" for the Zend SMTP mail class?

If you start a small website it's much faster to use phpmailer. SMTP Example Adv. Olaf Lederer Hi Daniel, I know it was always looking for trouble if you try to use your free Gmail acount as the SMTP server for your web application. Phpmailer Gmail Smtp Connect() Failed I got the ERROR like this. 2014-02-21 12:30:11 CLIENT -> SERVER: EHLO jkcorporates.com 2014-02-21 12:30:11 CLIENT -> SERVER: AUTH LOGIN 2014-02-21 12:30:11 CLIENT -> SERVER: bW9vcnRoaS5tcmsxMEBnbWFpbC5jb20= 2014-02-21 12:30:11 CLIENT -> SERVER:

Press CTRL+F on your keyboard, input sendmail_path on the search bar and click Find Next twice. Every place that PHPMailer accepts an email address property, it expects an RFC821-format address, not an RFC822 one, for example [email protected], not Joe User . You said the following before you showed how to layout the function: Use the following function to send mail messages (add the function in one of your included files): by included check over here Tor Okay, it seems the reply-to is getting set correctly.

Since my domain's email is hosted with Google applications I decided to send the messages via the SMTP server from GMail. I am using PHPMailer 6.x-2.2. The work around would be to use email associated with BlueHost and their host address Or send using mail() function in this case. ssl on port 587 or tls on port 465 will not work.

The verify error:num=20:unable to get local issuer certificate is not a problem. To be honest i prefere to stick with zend as long as fulfills my needs 😉 Thanks Olaf Hi Artur, you're right I like the Zend Framework too. But I'm glad that my example was helpful.