Django can send email from Python Shell but Gmail blocks mail when sent from front end form

I’m trying to make a password reset via email page following the tutorial here:

I can send emails while in the Python-Django shell but when I try to send it via that form, Gmail blocks my messages.

I have my email settings in configured as:

EMAIL_BACKEND = 'django.core.mail.backends.smtp.EmailBackend'

When I do this using the shell, I’m able to receive the email:

>>> from django.core.mail import send_mail
>>> send_mail('test email', 'hello world', '', (''))

My password reset form looks like this (base_generic just has some bootstrap and jquery CDN stuff along with a navbar)

{% extends "OracleOC/base_generic.html" %}

{% block content %}
  <form action="" method="post">
  {% csrf_token %}

  {% if %}
    {{ }}
  {% endif %}
      <p>Please enter your email:</p>
      <p>{{ }}</p>
    <input type="submit" class="btn btn-primary main_menu_button" value="Reset password">
{% endblock %}

When I press submit, everything looks fine and I get a

(17/Jan/2021 07:04:12) "GET /accounts/password_reset/done/ HTTP/1.1" 200 2105

in my Django console but I get a copy of the message in my sender gmail box with this message:
Gmail blocked my message!

No authentication error, Insecure Apps setting on.

css – Failed to send HTTP request body

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The thing is, we had a website hosted in a VPS using Apache, everything was working well. We decided to change the VPS, and I re-installed everything and configured everything exactly like I did on first one.

My problem now is that I have a user registration form that send an activation link, but for some reason it stopped to work on live server.

I am using:

Here is my code:

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Html code:

<div class="modal">
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                                <!-- Hidden Required Fields -->
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Php code:


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use PHPMailerPHPMailerSMTP;
use PHPMailerPHPMailerException;

require_once __DIR__ . '/vendor/autoload.php';

// Grab variables
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$name = $_POST('NumePrenume');
$email = $_POST('Email');
$phone = $_POST('NrDeTelefon');

// Create PDF
$data = '';
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// Add data
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$data .= '<strong>Phone</strong> ' . $phone . '<br />';

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