How do i setup my mail client to use your service?
The following configuration parameters apply to your email client configuration:
|username||Full Email Address Example - firstname.lastname@example.org|
|(incoming) pop3 server||pop.mailhostingservice.com|
|(outgoing) smtp server||smtp.mailhostingservice.com|
|outgoing smtp server requires authentication?||Yes, use the same setting as my incoming mail server|
|logon using spa?||No|
If you have any problems setting up your POP3 client try setting up an IMAP account using the following settings
Incoming mail server: imap.mailhostingservice.com
IMAP port : 143 (if SSL off) ; 993 (if SSL on)
Outgoing mail server: smtp.mailhostingservice.com
Outgoing port : 587
If you are still having issues setting up your account, please email us at email@example.com
|example.com||Mail (MX)||12 Hours||10 mx1.mailhostingservice.com|
|mail.example.com||Alias (CNAME)||12 Hours||mail1.mailhostingservice.com|
|webmail.example.com||Alias (CNAME)||12 Hours||www.mailhostingservice.com|
To setup your domain to use our hosted email, we recommend the settings above.
My isp blocks port 25. How can i send email using your hosted email service?
Some isps block the smtp port to cut down on spam. this is reasonable on their part, but makes sending email using third-party providers difficult. our email servers listen on additional non-standard smtp ports& to deal with this issue. if you find your isp is blocking port 25, you can configure your email client's smtp server port to 2525, 2500, or 2550. please contact support if you have any problems.