How to Setup Office 365 SMTP with WP Mail Booster?

How to Setup Office 365 SMTP with WP Mail Booster?

It is very common to receive Email Delivery issues in WordPress but this can be fixed by using WP Mail Booster for safe and authenticated email delivery. In this article, we tell you how to Setup Office 365 SMTP with WP Mail Booster to send emails.

Here are some ways you can fix email delivery issues on WordPress site.

Note: Office 365 works best with the following versions of outlook.

  • Office 2016.
  • Office 2013 ( SP1 ).
  • Outlook 2010 ( SP2 ).
  • Office 2016 for Mac.

If you want to check which version of outlook you are using, please visit the link.

Here is the step-by-step guide on setting up WP Mail Booster WordPress plugin with Office 365.

1. Account Info

First of all, you have to scroll to the WP Mail Booster Menu & choose the Wizard Setup.

Next, provide data for From Name and From Email fields that will be using in place of Sender Name and Sender Email respectively. After that, Click on Next Step button to proceed.

WP Mail Booster Account Info

2. Login Credentials

Now, You can configure Office 365 using Username & Password for this you need to choose Sent Email By SMTP from the Mailer Type drop-down list.

You have to set the following details in the WP Mail Booster WordPress plugin in order to configure Office 365 using Username & Password.

SMTP Host: smtp.office365.com
SMTP Port: 587
Username: Your Office 365 account email
Password: Your Office 365 account password
Encryption: TLS

How to Setup Office 365 SMTP with WP Mail Booster? 1

After that click on Next Step button to proceed.

3. Verify Settings

Visit Send Test Email menu to test your emails.

WP Mail Booster Test Email

Here is your debugging output. From this, you can check whether your email sent or not.

WP Mail Booster Office 365 Smtp Debugging Output

We hope this article helped you configuring the Office 365 SMTP with WP Mail Booster WordPress Plugin. You may also want to see our WP Mail Booster configuration guide with Google OAuth APIYahoo SMTPSendGrid SMTPMailGun SMTP.

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