WordPress website owners prefer the built-in “wp_mail()“ function, because they can send emails easily.
But, sometimes wp_mail() function doesn’t work properly due to server security restrictions, IP blacklists, etc.
“My wp_mail() function not works” is a common problem raised by WordPress owners.
At Bobcares, we resolve such WordPress errors as part of our Outsourced Technical Support for web hosting providers.
PHPMailer is a great tool to send emails safely and easily using SMTP authentication.
But, sometimes this may fail due to incompatible server settings or incorrect SMTP configuration.
“smtp error: could not authenticate” is one such problem reported by website owners when using PHPmailer to send emails.
At Bobcares, we resolve such email errors as part of our Outsourced Technical Support for web hosting providers.
Migrating the entire domain is pretty easy with Plesk Migration tool.
At times, when customer changes only their email provider, there is a need to migrate only email contents.
Doing this selective migration may not be easy and often end up in broken email accounts.
At Bobcares, we help website owners to do selective migration as part of our Dedicated Support Services for Web Hosting providers.
Today, we’ll discuss the steps involved in migrating emails under the domain to a Plesk server.
Email errors are quite confusing.
“550 5.4.1 Relay Access Denied” is one such error you see in Office 365 servers.
Here, you know that something is not proper as you see “Access Denied” in the error, but not sure where’s the problem.
At Bobcares, we often resolve such email errors as part of our Technical Support Services for web hosting companies.
Convenience at your finger tips – That’s why mobile devices are now widely used for sending and receiving emails.
But when email errors pop up, it can be a nuisance for users. At Bobcares, we resolve many email errors as a part of our Technical Support Services for web hosting companies.
One such email error is “email address rejected by server” that is seen when iPhone or iPad customers try to send mails from their Apple devices.
Today, we’ll see the main reasons why users get “email address rejected by server” error and how we help to resolve it.
Microsoft Exchange Servers enforce strict restrictions on Email sending limits (30 emails per minute) to prevent spam and to keep accounts safe.
If your account exceeds this limit, you may get blocked by your Exchange server.
“550, 5.1.8, Access Denied, Bad outbound sender” is one such issue reported by Office 365 users.
At Bobcares, we often resolve such Exchange email errors as a part of our Technical Support Services for web hosting companies.
In an ideal world, emails will work flawlessly and you never have to pull your hair out.
Unfortunately, we live in an imperfect world, where mails bounce with weird errors such as “User unknown in local recipient table“.
What is this table? How do I fix it? Out of all people in the world, why should I get this error?
Here we’ll see the answer for all these questions.
At Bobcares, we help website owners to fix these email bounce errors as part of our Outsourced Tech Support services for Web Hosts.
We’ve seen broadly 3 causes for the error “User unknown in local recipient table“.
Today we’ll discuss each of these causes and how we fix them.
Large store owners often set up their store with SMTP mail function to improve mail delivery rate and avoid spam problems.
This function works well in most sites, but sometimes, this can conflict with server configuration and results in an error.
“Error: RCPT TO not accepted from server! in system/library/mail.php” is one such reported issue by Opencart store owners when they send message from contact forms or feedback forms.
As a part of our Outsourced Technical Support for webhosts, we routinely resolve such errors faced by website owners.
Emails are vital for online businesses. That’s why email errors are a nuisance for server owners.
At Bobcares, we often resolve many such email errors as a part of our Technical Support Services for web hosting companies. (more…)
Please help! When I send mails to two of my friends, one of them never receives it and I get a mail bounce.
That was a recent support request that we received at our Outsourced Tech Support Services, where we resolve support queries for web hosting providers.
The hosting user kept on getting the error “550 permanent failure for one or more recipients” from one of her contacts.
Why did this happen? Let’s dive into the details: