Configure Custom External SMTP Email Provider
Before you start
Provider must support LOGIN authentication.
Provider must support TLS 1.2 or higher.
Provider must have a certificate signed by a public certificate authority (CA).
Configure your provider to allow inbound connections from Auth0. To see the list of required IP addresses, Public Cloud customers can navigate to Auth0 Dashboard > Branding > Email Provider. Private Cloud customers can contact Auth0 Support and request IPs specific to their instance.
You can configure your own SMTP email provider to manage, monitor, and troubleshoot your email communications, and customize email templates.
Configure custom SMTP server
Enable the Use my own email provider toggle.
Enter a From email address, and then enter your SMTP server's Host, Port, Username, and Password. Common ports include 25 and 587. Avoid using port 25 if possible, as many providers have limitations on this port.
Test email delivery
You can now send a test email using the Send Test Email button. If you have configured everything correctly, you will receive a confirmation email. If you do not receive an email after a few minutes, please check your Auth0 logs for any failures.
SMTP makes it easy to set up test services that allow you to test that your setup is working without spamming your users. To learn more, see Set Up Test SMTP Servers.