Yes they can. When your client logs into the Smart WiFi Platform using the credentials that you’ve setup for them, they have the option to add their own SMTP mail account information. All Smart E-mails will be sent using that e-mail box. If they don’t enter any information in their SMTP fields, then Smart E-mails will be delivered by default using the SMTP mail account settings supplied by YOU in your Operator Settings.
Updated on February 28, 2019
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