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Sendingblue: What is an SMTP Server? A Complete Guide to Understanding SMTP for Marketers
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An SMTP server is a system that sends, stores, and receives emails from one email provider to another. If you want to send bulk email from an email client or set up transactional emails on your website, you’re using an SMTP server. This article explains what an SMTP server is and how it concerns email marketing. SMTP is quite a technical subject and, if you’re new to the world of email, can be a tough one to get your head around. This guide to SMTP will help you manage your business emails more efficiently. We’ll also be looking at how Brevo functions as an SMTP server and how you can try out our free SMTP server. What is SMTP? SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) is a communication protocol, or set of rules, used to send email from an email client or webmail provider to a recipient’s email server. In short
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