First of all, I apologize for my ignorance (and my English), but let me explain my problem: I read that GCloud does not allow sending emails and they suggest to use Sendgrid, Mailjet etc. I chose Mailjet and it works fine. I use "contacto@appreciate.com.ar" as a sender email account. The problem is I don't know where to configure an email in case someone want to reply. Do I have to use a gmail sender instead of "contacto@appreciate.com.ar" or there is a way to configure a receiver account in GCloud?

Thanks in advance! Julieta

  • Inbound and outbound email can be (and frequently are) handled by separate systems. You can use Gmail to receive emails (via their G Suite offering), and Mailjet to send them. – ceejayoz Nov 8 '18 at 20:33
  • Thank you very much, I will investigate Gsuite then! – Julieta Carrazana Nov 8 '18 at 20:42

I found a great answer to your question in the following StackOverflow link.

Basically, You can still run a mail server which just receives emails. In other words, you only have to open up listening ports using firewall rules as by default GCE firewall blocks all incoming traffic.

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