Successfully send email
while using a VPN service
with Travel SMTP
VPN service providers may block your e-mail
When you use a VPN service, you will likely experience problems with sending email. This is a very common problem and the reason is simple: VPN service providers often block default email communication ports in order to stop spammers; spammers who are also often attracted to anonymous VPN services.
With Travel SMTP you will never experience this problem again. With Travel SMTP you can setup your email software to use the default website ports 80 (http) and 443 (https) as the port to send email over, just as if you were visiting a website so this communication cannot be blocked by third parties.
Travel SMTP removes the sender's IP address from email headers, so the recipient will never be able to see from what network address you are sending the email.