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you should have mentioned where your server is located. if it's behind a home router, maybe it's a simple smtp restriction at the router's webadmin console. Did you test a telnet connection to smtp.gmail.com 587 ? submission should (!) be open, though some vendors also make that ridiculous restriction. And you definitely should use submission/587 instead of ...


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You must append the port number that your web server is running on to your URL, or reverse proxy the connection with a web server running on port 80 if you don't want that. The best answer is to have your developer write code that works on your preferred platform.


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I flushed dns cache (don't know if this really helps), cleared cache in browser, set Server Name to 80, and added / at the end of URL like this localhost/myproject/. This does it for me.



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