Email Client Settings

An email client is a program you use to check your email. Common email clients most users are aware of include Microsoft Oulook and Mac Mail. Webmail is an email client as well, and so are the programs you use on your phone to check emai.

To send and receive email on our servers, you'll need the following settings:

  • Username and Password - Your username is your full email address, all lowercase. Your password is the password chosen when you created the email account.
  • Incoming and Outgoing Server Names - Your server names will both be (be sure to replace with your actual domain name.)

Email Port Numbers

Generally you don't have to set these values as they are default in most email clients, however if you do need to set an email port number:

Port Number Use
587 SMTP
465 SMTP (for use with SSL only)
110 POP
995 POP (for use with SSL only)
143 IMAP
993 IMAP (for use with SSL only)
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