This section provides information on how to migrate SMTP connections from Server to Cloud.
Note: Settings configured under SMTP Connections on Server can be configured under SMTP Servers on Cloud.
Note: If connections use OAuth2, Client Credentials need to be migrated first, so that they are available when the connections are replicated on Cloud. For more information on migrating OAuth2 credentials, see: Migrating OAuth2 Credentials
On the Server interface, display the SMTP connections that you want to migrate as follows:
Select SMTP Connections under the OUTGOING EMAILS ADMINISTRATION section of the sidebar.
Click the three dots next to the SMTP connection you want to migrate, and select Edit
In a separate browser tab, log in to the Cloud interface and migrate SMTP connections as follows:
Select SMTP Servers under the OUTGOING MAILS menu item of the Administration configuration tab, and click Add.
Copy and paste the content from the Edit SMTP Connection panel on Server to the Edit SMTP Server Connection panel on Cloud as follows:
As shown in the image below, make sure to copy and paste the content of the following fields:
Name → Name
Description → Description
From Address → From Email Address
Prefix → Email Prefix
Connect Mode → Service provider
Encryption → Encryption
Username → Username
Password → Password
As shown in the image below, make sure to copy and paste the content of the following fields as well:
Host → Host
Port → SMTP Port
Debug → Debug
In case of an OAuth2 setting, make sure to copy and paste the content of the following fields.
Connect mode → Service Provider
OAuth2 Credentials → OAuth2 Credentials
On the Cloud interface, click Save.
Repeat this procedure for all your connections.
Result: Your SMTP connection settings are migrated from Server to Cloud.