Setup Other Email Providers

JW Scheduler supports sending emails from Gmail and any Other email provider that allows SMTP server sending.

  • Note: We strongly recommend using Gmail, as JW Scheduler directly supports Gmail Authentication. Creating a Gmail account is free and easy. To setup email using Gmail, please see Setup Email.

Most other free and paid email providers allow the use of their SMTP server for sending emails. JW Scheduler supports any SMTP server that uses SSL or Secure Email.

Please visit your email provider website or contact them for their specific SMTP server details, including whether they require you to enable Allow Less Secure Apps or similar.

We cannot provide any support or specific instructions for using other SMTP servers. If you choose to use another SMTP server and have problems, there is nothing we can do. Please contact your email provider for assistance, or use Gmail as we recommend.

JW Scheduler Printing Email Send From Other

Setup Other

  • Note: Some email providers require you to first enable a setting called Allow Less Secure Apps or similar. See Allow Less Secure Apps below for more information.
  • Note: Most email providers have a daily sending limit.
  1. Click Printing > Email
  2. Click From button
  3. Switch to Other
  4. Enter your Name
  5. Enter your Email address
  6. Enter the SMTP Server address
    • E.G. Hotmail is smtp.live.com
  7. Enter the SMTP Username
    • Note: This is usually your email address
  8. Enter the SMTP Password
    • Note: This is usually your email password
  9. Enter the SMTP Port
    • E.G. Hotmail is 587
  10. Click Test
  11. Click Save

Allow Less Secure Apps

Some email providers require you to first enable “Allow Less Secure Apps” or similar, before you can use their SMTP Server with JW Scheduler.

If you do not enable or allow this, you will likely receive a “SMTP Server requires a secure connection or the client was not authenticated” error.

To find out if your email provider requires this, and for instructions on how to enable Allow Less Secure Apps, please check with your email provider. We cannot provide any support or instructions for specific email providers.

Common Questions and Problems

This either means your Username and Password is incorrect, or your email provider requires you to first enable Allow Less Secure Apps.

Please contact your email provider for assistance.

Yes, but each brother must still Setup Email.

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