Posted April 30, 2019 09:00:18You’re in the middle of a busy day, maybe you’re doing a conference call or meeting, or maybe you need to make a call.
All of these things can lead to a sms connection being established between your email and the internet.
This tutorial will show you how to use sms to send email and receive SMTP messages on the same network.
You’ll also learn how to set up sms as a POP3 mail client and manage SMTP mailboxes.
Sms is a secure, encrypted, and untraceable way to send and receive email.
The sms protocol is designed to be extremely easy to use.
It’s a protocol designed to protect your personal data from interception and abuse.
You can also use smp to send SMTP and SMB messages on a network without the risk of being intercepted or compromising your identity.
To learn more about sms and sms-enabled mail clients, see our tutorial on sms over wifi.