Self activation of EMAIL

How to do this in my website
(latestworld.ml)

Would you explain your thoughts more clearly?
There’s still some issues about emails: https://forum.infinityfree.com/discussion/4784/email-account-webmail-forwarders-issues#latest

if you register on my site, a link will be sent to your registered email for confirmation

Is this done already or it is what you want to do?

@1Anuj1 said:
if you register on my site, a link will be sent to your registered email for confirmation

Yes you can do this and also please ask the Question2answer developers about email activation when user signed up since your using their software.
Also you can use PHPmail() but it is limited for activation things only.
https://infinityfree.net/support/php-mail/

I would recommend you to use SMTP.

HOW TO USE SMTP

@1Anuj1 said:
HOW TO USE SMTP

Again, the knowledge base answers many common questions: https://infinityfree.net/support/how-to-send-email-with-gmail-smtp/

No able to upload PhpMailer as a folder

@1Anuj1 said:
No able to upload PhpMailer as a folder

Why not? How are you trying to upload it and what do you see?

Was not able to upload the complete folder so
I uploaded every file contained in that folder

Setup your PHPMailer script
The next step is to set up a script to use PHPMailer to send email. Below you will find an example.

To use this example, create a new file in the directory above the directory which contains all the PHPMailer stuff and paste the contents below into it. You must also:

So, basically we have to upload the phpScript in Htadocs or somewhere else?

can we send mass mailing through this smpt

@1Anuj1 said:
Was not able to upload the complete folder so
I uploaded every file contained in that folder

You need to upload the entire folder as-is. A desktop FTP client makes that easy. Or using the ZIP upload function in MonstaFTP.

@1Anuj1 said:
So, basically we have to upload the phpScript in Htadocs or somewhere else?

Yes. You can upload it to htdocs, you can upload it to another folder. Whatever you want, just make sure the require directive in your actual PHP script is correct.

@1Anuj1 said:
can we send mass mailing through this smpt

It’s a piece of software which can be used to send email. If it can be used to send one email, it can be used to send another one. And another one. And another one. And as many as you want until it’s considered bulk.

Just make sure to check the rules of whatever SMTP service you’re using. Some SMTP servers have limits.