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My ultimate aim is to connect CiviCRM to AWS SES using Airmail. As a preliminary step, I've set up the SMTP credentials in AWS SES and confirmed they are working correctly using this SMTP Test Tool. Below is the output from the tool, and I do indeed receive the test email in my inbox.

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However, when I enter the same credentials in CiviCRM a "connected refused" error occurs.

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The contents of the log file is also shown below.

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How can I overcome this error within CiviCRM? In case it's relevant, I'm running on a Shared Host provided by CiviHosting. My CiviCRM version is 5.55.2 and my WordPress version is 6.1.1.

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Check this blog post: https://civihosting.com/blog/outgoing-smtp-on-civihosting/

It says you need to explicitly tell them if you want to connect to an external smtp server.

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  • Thank you so much. That did the trick!
    – gillenpj
    Commented Feb 9, 2023 at 16:49

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