vtiger CRM - out going mail settings
I have installed and have running vtiger, love it think it's great, however I can't seem to get the out going mail settings right.
Have tried mail.domainname.com with a vaild username and password, but with no luck, any help would be great.
vtiger outgoing email settings will require some programming corrections
In the vitger_root/modules/Emails/ folder, you will find a file called 'mail.php'. At around line 48/49 of that file, there is a call to the function setMailerProperties() as shown below:
If you look into the parameter list of the function, it has used the $mail object as a value parameter.
I replaced the function call with the following and my email is working.
setMailerProperties(&$mail,$subject,$contents,$fro m_email,$from_name,$to_email,$attachment,$emailid) ;
Yes, nothing other than passing $mail as a reference instead of value. That means, I just added a '&' before the $mail in the parameter list.
I hope it works for you. It took me all morning this morning to fart around with this one, too.
Mail could not be sent to the admin user. Please check the admin emailid/Server setti
Tried your setting change but still getting the following error:
Mail could not be sent to the admin user. Please check the admin emailid/Server settings
I'm having this problem as well!!
Can anyone help me with the same problem? - I can't set my newly installed version of vtiger CRM and can't find the file mentioned by tlhallums above (my version is 5.0.4 - not sure which version he is referring to here).
Originally Posted by tlhallums
Anyone have any advice??
My english is not good... sorry.
I had the same problem... the only have to do is put "localhost" instead "mail.domain.com" with your login data.
its work try it.
Finally a solution for me
Tried the "&" tip above but had no luck with the Outgoing.
Was having this same issue and was dousing the pc with gasoline when I realized I had to include the port number!
When you configure a new email address, you can look at the general email account setup settings provided by bluehost they will tell you the port number.
Thanks Cool Breeze
Thanks for the tip on adding a port. I think I spent almost 2 hours reading through several pages of forums and trying different things that didn't work. This worked right away. I'm new to this, so there's a bit of a learning curve to begin with.
for me, using localhost in server name field, and nothing in username and password fields did the trick.
Thanks for all of these tips, it helped me a lot.
However, I still have a problem with sending e-mails. When I try to send one, I get an error:
Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home2/vtiger/public_html/vtigercrm/include/utils/CommonUtils.php on line 2675
Does anyone know how to solve this one?
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