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-^Outgoing Server|this is the server to which we must connect to send emails. This field supports a special extended syntax with which we can specify the protocol and port to use like this: <​code>​tls://​smtp.gmail.com:​587</​code>​ or <​code>​tsl://​msexchange:​587</​code>​|+^Outgoing Server|this is the server to which we must connect to send emails. This field supports a special extended syntax with which we can specify the protocol and port to use like this: <​code>​tls://​smtp.gmail.com:​587</​code>​ or <​code>​ssl://​msexchange:​587</​code>​|
 ^User Name and Password|the user name and passwords that will give us access to the server| ^User Name and Password|the user name and passwords that will give us access to the server|
 ^Email From|This field will force all emails leaving the system to seem to come from this email. Although the email will be sent from this account, the "Reply to" field will be the email of the user sending the email. Thus if the recipient clicks on respond the response will be sent to the user. I suppose this has some spam/​company image justification| ^Email From|This field will force all emails leaving the system to seem to come from this email. Although the email will be sent from this account, the "Reply to" field will be the email of the user sending the email. Thus if the recipient clicks on respond the response will be sent to the user. I suppose this has some spam/​company image justification|