If you own a WordPress based website, then you know how important it is to be able to send email notifications from this site to your users.

Password recovery emails, update notifications, newsletters, and in case eCommerce is involved, invoices and digital download links.
All of these are examples of such transnational emails. 

However, not all hosting providers allow you to send email messages from their servers, be it from security reasons,
or simply because they want you to upgrade your hosting plan.

This is where Pepipost email delivery service comes into play.

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Pepipost is an email delivery service that allows you to send email messages via SMTP, or web API protocols.
As web API act like standard web requests, it is not blocked by hosting provides.

The process of setting up Pepipost, and integrate it with WordPress is simple

  1. Create a Pepipost account (free account available, allowing you to send up to 25,000 emails per month)
  2. Add a domain.
  3. Verify that you own the domain (note that Pepipost has a strict compliance team that will verify every domain you add to your account).
  4. Integrate your WordPress site with Pepipost.

The following video tutorials will guide you through the process, step by step.

Part 1 – Setup a Pepipost account, add and verify a domain

Part 2 – How to send emails from WordPress , even if your hosting provider block SMTP traffic.

How to get a Pepipost invitation code

To get Pepipost invitation code simply visit this page and follow the instructions.



In this post we covered the steps needed to created a Pepipost account, register & verify a domain, and also how to integrate Pepipost with WordPress.

We also saw how to integrate WordPress with Pepipost to send emails, even if you hosting provider blocks SMTP traffic.

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