Mail server that do not required SSL

My controller can send out a e mail when there ia a error on the system. But it  does not support SSL connection. Gmail required a SSL, so cannot use. Is there any mail server do not required SSL connection.
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Dave HoweConnect With a Mentor Software and Hardware EngineerCommented:
Why not set up your own mail server? Means you can have internal mail for your own use, and forward on automation mail as a side benefit.

you can scale that up from a small background service you can run on a workstation or home pc (something like Hamster playground) all the way to full blown email packages like Exim (runs on cygwin if you need to host on a windows workstation) or Mercury
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Dan CraciunConnect With a Mentor IT ConsultantCommented:
Usually your webhost will have a mail package included with your hosting.
Create an address there and check if you can use port 25 to send email.

HTH,
Dan
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Dave HoweSoftware and Hardware EngineerCommented:
so, what did you go for? just curious :)
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kianhowAuthor Commented:
I do not understand what is hamster playground, Exim, cygwin and Mercury. I think i will try to find some vendor to make a create server for my equipment that can forward the mail to customer. Example: my equipment send a mail to the mail server than the mail server automatic forward to customer e mail.
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Dave HoweSoftware and Hardware EngineerCommented:
each are mail servers - you can click the links (bits in blue) above to take you to their download pages - exactly how you would like a "vendor" to create a server for you, but for free :)
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