I am trying to use PHPMAILER on our site which is hosted on godaddy.com and am getting the
"SMTP Error: Could not connect to SMTP host" error message. I have been able to set up an account in my mail client using the same host, username & password, so I believe those settings are correct. Any suggestions on how I should procede?
To test, I am using an example form I found:
$mail = new PHPMailer();
// Customize the following 5 lines with your own information. //
$toaddress = "firstname.lastname@example.org"; //Change this to the email address you will be receiving your notices.
$mailhost = "smtpout.secureserver.net"; //Change this to your actual Domain name.
$fromaddress = "email@example.com"; //Change this to the email address you will use to send and authenticate with.
$frompwd = "mypassword"; //Change this to the above email addresses password.
// DO NOT CHANGE ANYTHING PAST THIS LINE//
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