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Why does Gmail no longer offer the 'Send through Gmail option' for aliases?

Google is getting out of the business of sending email using domains that it does not administer, because it stands in the way of implementing rules that reduce spoofed email, such as DMARC. This ...
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Setting up "Send As" on Gmail to an outlook account gets "Missed upload deadline" error

The solution in my case was to VPN to a location close to where my school was and then ping. It seems that outlook smtp is located close to where your account was opened, not where you are at the ...
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SMTP Settings for Gmail in DokuWiki?

First of all you should not have posted the full log above. It contains your gmail username and password! So the very first thing to do is to change your gmail password. Now to work on your problem: ...
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How to use Gmail's "Send Mail As" with another Gmail account through SMTP without "On Behalf Of"?

For users attempting to send email from a Google Apps account address via a different gmail address, while avoiding the "on behalf of" issue. Based on this answer, I can confirm that Google requires ...
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Gmail "Send Mail As" from a Google Apps account, using an alias

To make this work, the aliased email address (myself_fullname@mydomain.com) needs to be configured as a "Send mail as" address in both your regular Gmail account (myself@gmail.com) and your Google ...
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Gmail "Send Mail As" from a Google Apps account, using an alias

I found that the only solution was to create another user, for which the primary email uses the alias domain. In your case, connect to the admin console for g.mydomain.com. First, remove the email ...
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No web host, only a domain name: Can I use it to send email with Gmail?

I understand that the domain registration is on Google Domains. Right? If so you can use Google Domains' Email forwarding feature. Here is the Google help page how to set it up with detailed ...
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Avoid UTF8 option is gone from Gmail

Gmail will happily accept recipient addresses containing UTF8 characters and try to send mails to the recipients, but the receiving mailserver may not support recipient addresses containing UTF8 '...
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Why is SendGrid limiting my account to 100 emails per month instead of 100 emails per day?

I sent in a support request and received this message: In order to receive the 100 emails per day, you'll need to choose the Email API trial or the Marketing Campaigns trial. You can do so by ...
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What are the SMTP and POP settings for yahoo mail to use in outlook (in 2020)?

Yahoo announced changes to their security Ween using non-Yahoo applications (such as third-party email, calendar, or contact applications) that may use a less secure sign-in method. They announced ...
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My legacy G-Suite email address stopped receiving all email

The G Suite Administrator Help Center include a lot of information that could help us to troubleshoot many problems, specially those related to the email service. In cases like this, delivery ...
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My legacy G-Suite email address stopped receiving all email

The problem was the DNS records. Recently I had to migrate my hosting provider for the domain, I thought I was just updating "A" records but apparently all the MX records vanished along with DKIM ...
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How to send emails from my Gmail account through another mail service?

You'll need to enabled "less secure" app access to your account. First, go to your Google Account. On the left navigation panel, click Security. Near the bottom of the page, in the Less secure app ...
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Avoid UTF8 option is gone from Gmail

Short answer If you need to send your message now, try a different email service to send it. Explanation Here is a thread from 2017 on the Official Gmail Help Forum UTF-8 Message not delivered. ...
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No web host, only a domain name: Can I use it to send email with Gmail?

I believe there are two options: The way Gmail sends mail from a normal free account using another domain is by logging in to the SMTP server you specify and sending the mail via SMTP. So if you ...
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How to find my Gmail SMTP Server

Gmails SMTP Server address is: smtp.gmail.com You can login with your email address and password. More info at: G Suite Administrator Help.
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How to send mail on behalf of Google apps address with Gmail?

Check the following use Gmail SMTP server ; Gmail SMTP server - requires authentication with your Gmail/Google Apps account and password. Messages can be sent to anyone inside or outside of ...
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Cannot stop importing into Gmail from Outlook.com

Go to outlook.com and look under "Options". Under "Mail forwarding" you should see that your email is being forwarded to another address. Simply turn it off.
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Gmail "send mail as" not working. No error messages

You haven't actually been sending mail through Google's SMTP relay. It's address is smtp-relay.gmail.com or smtp.gmail.com as seen here. The server at smtp.myuniversity.org would belong to ...
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Using Gmail to send email from another address without setting the SPF record

The documentation at the link that you provided says: Your other email provider has to provide authenticated SMTP support for you to use this option. We'll use TLS by default, or SSL if you enable ...
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Mailing from name@example.com using Gmail, but I don't have SMTP

This question has been answered here, but I'm unable to close it because of the bounty. In short, you may use Gmail's SMTP server for your alias address, as long as you have enabled two-factor ...
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How can I use a custom domain alias with Gmail?

Yes, Google suggests using the SMTP servers of @yourdomain.com. If you are able to log in / read and send mail from there you should be able to use this process: http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2009/...
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How to use Gmail's "Send Mail As" with another Gmail account through SMTP without "On Behalf Of"?

I'm not able to find this page, seems Google change the place again... SMTP do not appear, and I can't find the "Allow users to send mail through an external SMTP when configuring a "from" address ...
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