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How to configure Postfix on Plesk server to send emails using SendGrid

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    Atul Chauhan

    I have configured according to the document but how can we test that configuration working properly?

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    Anton Maslov

    Atul Chauhan try to send a test message for example with webmail, review then /var/log/maillog to see if message was sent by the server.

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    Eran Jian (Edited )

    Please provide a solution to avoid configuration overwrite by a Plesk update / upgrade. 

    An option to change default outbound SMTP port / relay port from the Plesk panel will be much better.

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    Nelson Leiva

    Hi Eran Jian,

    I see your inquiry is being addressed already in a support ticket. As for the default port suggestion, I recommend creating a feature request about this in our User Voice if you feel it is important https://plesk.uservoice.com/forums/184549-feature-suggestions. In case it will become popular it may be implemented in future Plesk versions.

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    Eran Jian

    I created a feature request:

    https://plesk.uservoice.com/forums/184549-feature-suggestions/suggestions/41852380-custom-outgoing-smtp-port

    Hopefully you will accept it so there won't be an outgoing mail issue on Google Cloud VMs.

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    Artur Beqiraj

    hello, 

    it is possible to use amazon SES instead of sendgrid? 

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    Renan Genova Ferreira

    Hi, Artur Beqiraj!

    Because we're not experts in Amazon SES, I'd recommend contacting Amazon Support/community to confirm if it can be used as an alternative.

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    Jesper Heinemeier

    It is obviously not a viable solution if it isn't persistent.

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