Configuring the SMTP Module in Drupal 10 with Gmail

How to Configure the SMTP Module in Drupal 10 with Gmail

Hamad's article on Medium details the steps to configure the SMTP module in Drupal 10 to work with Gmail, addressing Google's removal of less secure apps. The process involves installing the SMTP Authentication Support module, enabling it, and configuring it with Gmail's SMTP server settings. Users must create an app-specific password in Gmail for authentication. This ensures continued email functionality for actions like password resets on Drupal websites. The guide also includes updating Gmail account security settings to accommodate these changes. 

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