Freenas outgoing mail server

Freenas outgoing mail server

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I registered my personal domain a few years ago with the intention of using live/hotmail as my mail server. Assume my domain name is xyz.com. The MX record points to live.com, and everything works fine with my Outlook clients, laptop, and other devices… I’ve tried every combination of ports 25/587 and ssl/tsl/no protocol I can think of, and I still get the same result: Failed to link to server: SMTP -> ERROR: (110)SMTP connect() failed because the link timed out.
I have a completely different server where I’m doing the same thing, but instead of using an account that is pointing to live.com via mx record redirection, I’m using my actual outlook.com account.
Okay, here’s another update. Overnight, the FreeNAS system started running. That’s a positive sign. However, the original problem with my WordPress account continues. It’s a different account, but the domain and other details are the same. As far as I can tell, every setting is identical.
The test message still didn’t go through after I changed the credentials on the WP to match those on the FreeNAS that DID work. So I’m starting to wonder if it’s the WP plugin that’s causing the issue. I’ll take a look at it.

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The IPMI monitor and the FreeNAS OS will send you warnings and other useful information directly to your email address. This is a very useful function (as well as crucial to the protection of your data–how it’s the system can alert you to problems) that takes very little time to set up.
You’ll need to give the root user an email address first. In the left column, choose “Accounts,” then “Users.” On the pop-up menu, press the three vertical dots to the right of the root user, then “Edit.”
To set up email alerts, we’ll need to use an email address associated with one of the FreeNAS server’s user accounts (rather than your actual external email address, such as [email protected]). This is an internal email address (i.e., only for the server) with a special format. This is how it goes.
Type the mail server of the email provider you use in the “Outgoing mail server:” text box. If you don’t know it, you will normally find it on the website of your mail service provider (Fester uses Gmail so this would be set to smtp.gmail.com).

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If you’re in charge of a FreeNAS server, you can set up a warning system to notify you of any failed assignments, completed cron jobs, failures, and other relevant logs. Setting up email on the FreeNAS server is the simplest choice. If something goes wrong with your server, FreeNAS will give you a message to your email address.
In the From email line, type your email address. [email protected], for example. After that, you must determine the Outgoing mail server. If you use Gmail, the address is smtp.gmail.com. Type 465 on the port you want to link to, and make sure TLS/SSL is set to SSL. Check the box next to Use SMTP Authentication. Put your Gmail username and password in the boxes below. It should be saved.

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If you choose to use the FreeNAS S.M.A.R.T app, you’ll need an email service to send emails. I choose gmail for this service because it is fantastic. This illustrates how to use the various settings.
In the From email line, type your email address. [email protected], for example. After that, you must determine the Outgoing mail server. If you use Gmail, the address is smtp.gmail.com. Type 465 on the port you want to link to, and make sure TLS/SSL is set to SSL. Check the box next to Use SMTP Authentication. Put your Gmail username and password in the boxes below. It should be saved.

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