Back to Top

User Guide to set up Gmail SMTP Configuration

Updated 17 August 2023

In this guide, we are sharing the steps to follow for configuring the Gmail SMTP settings into your application so that the end-user will receive the emails from your own email address.

Step 1:- In the first step, you need to complete the 2-Step Verification in the Google account settings for that you need to open your google account settings and then click on Security.

In security, you need to click on 2-step verification and turn it “On”.

2SV-setting-png

Step 2:- After turning On the 2- Step Verification, you need to click on App Passwords as shown.

App-password-1

Step 3:- Now you need to create the password for the application you want to use. Click on the select app and choose Other(Custom name).

Start your headless eCommerce
now.
Find out More
App-Password-2

Step 4:- After choosing the Other(Custom name), Enter the name of the application for which you want to generate the password and click on Generate.

Generate-PWD

Step 5:- After clicking on generate, You will get a one-time password which you can use to configure with your Gmail.
Note:- Kindly copy and save the password in the notepad because you can use it only one time.

final-password

Step 6:- After getting the password, Kindly go back to the application and enter the below details and click on Save:-

Host – smtp.gmail.com

Port – 465

Username – Enter the email address from which you generated the app password.

Password – Enter the one-time password which you copied.

Encryption – SSL

Email From – Enter your email address.

SMTPsettings

Click on Save to save the configuration settings.

And yes you are ready to go!
We hope this blog will help you to understand the complete process involved in configuring the Gmail SMTP settings into your application. If in case you have any queries please generate a ticket http://webkul.uvdesk.com

. . .

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked*


Be the first to comment.

Back to Top

Message Sent!

If you have more details or questions, you can reply to the received confirmation email.

Back to Home