How to setup Gmail SMTP 2019..?

Hello friends,

In this Blog post, I am going to tell you about how we can setup our Gmail SMTP….?

What is SMTP…? ….. where is this use for….?

Please check it our here with extensive tutorial link….

Now you have been clear about SMTP and it’s used.

Do you know, how many emails you can send using your Gmail SMTP account…..?

You can send 100-150 emails/day using your SMTP account.

But what, if you wish to send more emails using your Gmail account….?

Then you need to connect with Gmail SMTP server.

How to connect with SMTP server….? How many emails can we send using Gmail SMTP…?

You can easily connect with Gmail SMTP server using it’s SMTP relay services.

There are few parameters which you need to have to connect with the SMTP, they are given below.

From Email: (Sending email)Use your email which you want to show to your customers, users, clients.

SMTP Name: You can keep any name, you can keep any name related to Gmail SMTP.


Post:  587

Username/API: Gmail account login email.

Password/Secret Key: Gmail account login password.

Where to use this Gmail SMTP relay setting…?

You can use this setting with your with any email client like outlook, thunderbird, iPhone, Postmark, Elastic Email and etc. You will be allowed to send 500 emails/day.

Gmail SMTP sending can be increased up to 2000 emails/day in G-Suite, Please go through the below link for more.

Gmail SMTP sending limits in G-Suite… 

Is this setting is enough to send the emails using Gmail SMTP….?

No, you are still not done with the setting yet. Just make two important changes in your Gmail account given below.

3 important Gmail account setting without which we can not use Gmail SMTP.

You need to make 2-step verification off, see the image below.


  • Now make another change by turning ON the less secure apps, see the image below.


You are almost done with the setting, This is the last step which you need to do without this all setting would be of no use.

Enable Captcha setting: just click the below link and make sure you are logged in to your Gmail account.

Enable Captcha Setting

Now your Gmail SMTP is ready for sending the emails.

So this was the complete Gmail SMTP configuration. Please keep reading our blogs, we will update you with some more SMTP configuration and setup in upcoming blog post.

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