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THIS PRODUCT IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS

Recommended Email Settings

Incoming Server Information: Outgoing Server Information:
Server Type: IMAP Server Type: SMTP
Hostname: mail.domain.tld Hostname: mail.domain.tld  
Port: 143 Port: 587
Encryption Type: None Encryption Type: None
Authenticate Using: Clear Text/Normal Password   Requires Authentication: Yes
Logon User Name: yourname@domain.tld   Logon User Name: yourname@domain.tld
SSL Incoming Server Information: SSL Outgoing Server Information:
Server Type: IMAP Server Type: SMTP
Hostname: mail.domain.tld Hostname: mail.domain.tld  
Port: 993 Port: 465
Encryption Type: SSL Encryption Type: SSL
Authenticate Using: Clear Text/Normal Password   Requires Authentication: Yes
Logon User Name: yourname@domain.tld   Logon User Name: yourname@domain.tld


Please note: Some free wireless hotspots may block SSL without an extra fee. If you cannot send or receive while on certain wifi networks (especially ones in airports or public spaces) please check their terms and conditions and ensure they are not blocking SSL connections.

  • Set up and use an e-mail client program on your computer. Typically, in such programs you should specify the following settings:
    • Username. In this field, specify your full e-mail address. for example, johndoe@example.com.
    • Password. The password to your e-mail account.
    • Mail server protocol. This property defines whether you want to keep copies of messages on the server or not. To keep the copies on the server, select the IMAP option (Recommended Configuration). If you do not want to keep them on the server, select POP3.
    • Incoming mail server (POP3/IMAP). Type 'mail. your domain name'. For example, mail.example.com. The POP3 port is 110. The IMAP port is 143.
    • Outgoing mail server (SMTP). Type 'mail. your domain name'. For example, mail.example.com. The SMTP port is 587. This server requires authentication.

Windows 10 / 8.x / 7

Although XP and Vista will still work - it is no longer Supported

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