If you are here, than ou are probably already familiar with one-time password emails (OTP). Our SMTP service is dedicated with transactional emails/application emails, such as “password reset” emails, and other e-commerce emails.
This makes our SMTP service perfect for one-time password emails (OTP). The SMTP service comes with a clean high reputation IP-address, which will help you in landing your important OTP emails in users’ inbox. Try it for free.
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In order to setup one time password, follow the steps in below.
First of all…
- To download/install WordPress SMTP plugin (in case you are using WordPress), visit https://wordpress.org/plugins/kingmailer-smtp/
- To sign up for a free Kingmailer-account, visit https://kingmailer.org/register
We’ll show you how to start sending OTP one time password reset emails.
You can use our SMTP service also for other CMS applications or merchant softwares.
The example below is for WordPress:
Time needed: 4 minutes.
Install and activate the Kingmailer WordPress SMTP plugin
- Login as admin in your WordPress site
If you are already logged in as admin, click on Plugins
- Click Add New
- Search Kingmailer SMTP
- Click Install Now
After installing the plugin, click Activate.
- Go to plugin Settings
Visit the plugin settings bij going to Settings > Kingmailer. Check the screenshot below to see how the plugin looks like, with description.
- Kingmailer API
To make this work, you will also need the API (key). Check the screenshots/visuals below with description, after step 11.
- Go to Credentials
This is the first step in creating your key (API). In your Kingmailer-account, go to Credentials, and click on Create credential
- Select API
In the Type field, select API
Give the API a name, this can be ExampleAPI
- Click Create credential
- Go to Credentials
Now go to Credentials, click on ExampleAPI, and there you can copy the Key which you can use in your WordPress site.
This is how the plugin Settings looks like.
Where do I find the API?
Login first into your Kingmailer account:
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