As I work more and more with Symfony I’d like to share some of the things that take me a while to find out, hopefully making those operations easier for you entire movies to german for free.

Today it’s about e-mail. Almost every application uses e-mail, even if it’s just an activation e-mail for your account or link to reset a forgotten password videos aus youtubeen und schneiden. Normally you can easily use your hosting’s smtp server, but there are exceptions: for example if you need to use e-mail on a local machine or have a hosting provider that doesn’t allow or provide smtp access unter dem link herunterladen.

I had a situation like this and came up with the solution of

Using gmail as smtp server in symfony

The first step is to create a gmail account niemals ohne vpnen. It’s your own choice if you use your own, but you’re probably better off creating a seperate account to seperate things and to be sure that gmail doesn’t block your account for spamming if that ever happends accidently in your application download pictures at the turn of the year.

The second step is to edit your factories yml:

# You can find more information about this file on the symfony website:

delivery_strategy: none

delivery_strategy: single_address

class: Swift_SmtpTransport
port: 465
encryption: ssl
username: youraccount*
password: yourpassword*

* Of course you need to add your account data in the username/password in the end

When I tested this I first got a response from g-mail with a strange status code telling me that the service was temporarily rejected microsoft office downloaden voor studenten. Don’t fear! After some hours to a day it vanished and I haven’t had any trouble since.

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