How to configure Gmail SMTP/Google Workspace SMTP on WordPress



Having trouble sending emails from WordPress using your Gmail or Google Workspace account? We’re here to help! This is a step-by-step tutorial on setting up Gmail or Google Workspace SMTP with WordPress.

FluentSMTP is the perfect solution if you have any of these issues:

– WordPress not sending email
– WordPress admin email failure
– WordPress emails going to spam folder
– Any other issue related to email deliverability on WordPress

You can also use FluentSMTP if you want to use a domain-specific custom email address on your WordPress site. With this plugin, you can configure Gmail SMTP/Google Workspace SMTP, Amazon SES, MailGun, SendGrid, PepiPost, SparkPost SMTP servers on WordPress in less than 5 minutes!

Here’s how to set up Gmail/Google Workspace SMTP on WordPress:

1. Install and activate FluentSMTP plugin on your WordPress: https://wordpress.org/plugins/fluent-smtp/
(Don’t worry, it’s absolutely free!)
2. Create a new API credential project: https://console.cloud.google.com/project/_/apiui/credential
3. Enable Gmail API
4. Set Up OAuth consent
5. Create OAuth client ID credentials
6. Create a Gmail/Google Workspace SMTP connection in FluentSMTP
7. Authenticate FluentSMTP with your Gmail/Google Workspace SMTP token!

No more email failures, complex configuration methods, or yearly payments for sending emails on WordPress. Just download FluentSMTP and you’re done!

Check out our blog for more WordPress Tutorials: https://fluentsmtp.com/blog/

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