Send email using WP Mail SMTP plugin

Are you having trouble with your WordPress website’s emails? Do your emails not send or end up in the spam folder?

We suggest using WP Mail SMTP to fix this. It makes sure your emails reliably reach people’s inboxes.

How can we ensure that emails sent from our WordPress site won’t be marked as spam by spam filters?

To test whether the emails sent from your website will be marked as spam or not, follow these steps:

  • Go to and copy the test email address generated specifically for your testing. Be sure not to close this page as you will need to return to it later.
  • Navigate to the Easy Form Builder Panel and select “Settings” from the top menu. In the displayed window, go to the “Email Settings” tab. Paste the copied test email address into the “Email” input field, then click the “Save” button. Return to the “Email Settings” tab and click the “Check Email Server” button.
  • Return to the page or tab that you had previously opened and click on the button “Then check your score.
  • If you have completed all the above steps correctly, it will display an analysis of the status of the sent email. If the score received is higher than 7, it means that your email server’s status for sending emails is appropriate. However, if the score is below 7, like the number shown in the image, you need to adjust your email server settings.

To resolve this issue, install the WP Mail SMTP plugin and configure the necessary settings based on your server type.

In this video, you can watch a visual tutorial on configuring SMTP settings:

Below is a list of email server settings for some of the most popular hosting or services:

If you are using a different hosting service, contact your hosting provider’s support and request the following SMTP settings:

  • SMTP Host
  • Encryption
  • SMTP Port
  • Authentication
  • SMTP Username
  • SMTP Password

Alternatively, you can utilize email server services supported by the WP Mail SMTP plugin. Below is a list of these supported email server services, as depicted in the image:

For further information, refer to the WP Mail SMTP plugin documentation.