Settings : Sending Mail with Railo

Railo like ColdFusion does require some mail settings to be added within either the <cfmail> tag or within the web administrator.

Using the <cfmail> tag:

<cfmail to="TOADDRESS" from="FROMADDRESS**" subject="SUBJECT" server="localhost" username="NOREPLY@YOURDOMAIN.COM**" password="PASSWORD">

YOUR EMAIL CONTENT

</cfmail>

** Must be created within the control panel as a valid email address

Using the Railo web administrator:

Railo Mail Settings

When entering the details for the mail sending server (SMTP) you can use details such as below. A email address will need to be created as the mail sending address (e.g. noreply@yourdomain.com):

Server (SMTP): localhost
Username: noreply@yourdomain.com
Password: *password*
Port: 25

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