You can configure your company email settings here, to be used for all companies, rather than having to do so in Company Settings for each individual company.

Access the Integrations area of the Spire Server Administrator to start the setup.


Click the Setup button to create or modify SMTP provider connections.

Multiple SMTP providers are supported, with each active connection listed at the left, along with a Create New Connection selection.


Label – The description you want to see to identify this SMTP configuration, displayed here and in the Manage Access area.

Username – The account name for your email account, which is often your Gmail or Office 365 email address.

Password – The password for the email account, which is not displayed on screen unless requested and not store unencrypted in the database.


Host Name – The email provider SMTP, such as or

Port – The number that the email provider uses to communicate with Spire emailing. By default this is 25, but could be other values such as 465 or 587.

Encryption – Choose from TLS or None.

Click the Save button to verify that the connection values are correct. If an error was made, this setup will not be saved.

To remove an SMTP confirmation, click the Disconnect button.

Manage Access

After entering your credentials and configurations, you next need to determine which companies will use this SMTP provider in the Manage Access area.

For each company database in Spire, there will be a row with the database ID as the label. Use the radio buttons to select whether or not one of these SMTP configurations will be used for each company when you send emails. If you choose None, then the emailing process will fall back to the legacy configuration that is found in either Company Settings or User Settings.

If you want to delete an SMTP credentials setup, you can also use the trash can icon on the respective SMTP configuration label to do so, in addition to the Disconnect process within Setup.

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