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2/15/16
Original Poster
Hebron Laal

Could not connect to SMTP host.

SMTP error : Could not connect to SMTP host.... What to do i tried all the ports 465,25 & 587 still there's a problem...  I hav enabled IMAP too...

This is my code.. Where i am wrong???

function send_mail($email,$message,$subject)
  {            
    require_once('mailer/class.phpmailer.php');
    $mail new PHPMailer();
    $mail->IsSMTP()
    $mail->SMTPDebug  0;                     
    $mail->SMTPAuth   true;                  
    $mail->SMTPSecure "ssl";                 
    $mail->Host       "smtp.gmail.com";      
    $mail->Port       465;             
    $mail->AddAddress($email);
    $mail->Username="hebron...@gmail.com";  
    $mail->Password="*********";            
    $mail->SetFrom('hebron...@gmail.com','Coding Cage');
    $mail->AddReplyTo("hebron...@gmail.com","Coding Cage");
    $mail->Subject    $subject;
    $mail->MsgHTML($message);
    $mail->Send();
  }  
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Monica J.
2/15/16
Monica J.
Hi Hebron,

Welcome to the Gmail forum!

These are the settings you’ll need if you connect Gmail to a mail client and the mail client can’t auto recognize Gmail’s settings:

Incoming settings
  1. IMAP server: imap.gmail.com

  2. Port: 993

  3. Security type: SSL (always)

  • OR

  1. POP Server: pop.gmail.com

  2. Port: 995

  3. Security type: SSL (always)


Outgoing settings

  1. SMTP server: smtp.gmail.com

  2. Port: 465

  3. Security type: SSL (always)


Let me know if this helps.  Thanks!

Best,
Monica
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