How to integrate KIRIM.EMAIL Transactional with other Platforms

Last modified: December 27, 2021
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Follow some steps below to integrate KIRIM.EMAIL with other Platforms :

Plugin WP Mail SMTP

To integrate KIRIM.EMAIL Transactional with the WP Mail SMTP plugin, please follow these steps:

  1.  Log in to KIRIM.EMAIL transactional and open the SMTP Credentials.

  2. Then, log in to WordPress dashboard and make sure you’ve already install WP Mail SMTP plugin.
  3. Click WP Mail SMTP > Setting menu.
  4. On the Mailer section select Other SMTP option.

  5. Input SMTP User Information.
  6. Click Save button.

  7. Done.

Plugin Fluent SMTP

To integrate KIRIM.EMAIL Transactional with the Fluent SMTP plugin, please follow these steps:

  1. Log in to the KIRIM.EMAIL Transactional page and go directly to the SMTP Credentials page.
  2. Log in to the WordPress dashboard and ensure the Fluent SMTP plugin is installed.
  3. Click the Settings menu > Fluent SMTP.
  4. Click the Skip button if the Import data from your current plugin (WP Mail SMTP) option appears on your screen.

    If the option does not appear, select Other SMTP.

  5. Make the settings in the Sender Settings section.
    • From email : write down the email address you will use to send the email. for example:
    • From name : write the name of the sender of the email. for example: KiriNews Administrator.
    • If you check the Force From Email and/or Force Sender Name section, these settings will be used for all emails and ignore the email settings in other plugins.

    • SMTP Host : Fill in the hostname in the SMTP Credentials. for example:
    • SMTP Port : Fill with 587.
    • Encryption : Select the TLS option.
    • Use Auto TLS : Position in the OFF condition.
    • Authentication : Position in the ON state.
    • Access Keys : Select one of the two available options. The choice is free.
    • SMTP Username : Fill in the login info in the SMTP Credentials—for example:
    • SMTP Password : Fill in the password in the SMTP Credentials.

  6. Click the Save Connection Settings button. The result appears as in the following image:

  7. Finished.
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