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    Email Setup

    Email The following settings are recommended for email setup for Windows, Mac, iPhone etc.

    The following are the recommended Secure SSL/TLS E-Mail Settings:
    Username: add your email address here
    Password: Use the email account’s password.
    Incoming Server: (EG
    POP3 Port: 995 (or for IMAP if needed Port: 993)
    Outgoing Server: (EG
    SMTP Port: 465

    Note: IMAP, POP3, and SMTP require authentication.
    In Outlook go the ‘Outgoing Server’ tab and make sure that the “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication” is checked and that “Use same settings as my incoming mail server” is selected.

    DO NOT USE IMAP BECAUSE IT WILL LEAVE COPIES OF YOUR EMAILS ON THE SERVER AND YOU WILL QUICKLY USE YOUR DATA QUOTA AND YOUR EMAILS WILL CEASE TO WORK. If you must leave copies of your email messages on the server we suggest forwarding to a Gmail account. We can set this up for you for a small fee. More info here…

    The videos below show how to setup an email account for Outlook and to disable messages being left on the server.


    IMPORTANT: As with most hosts, we have limits for data left on the server. PLEASE ensure that your email settings DO NOT allow messages to remain on the server after downloading to your computer or your server quota will fill up and your email will cease to function! This is a setting within your email client (EG Outlook) usually in ADVANCED SETTINGS with a name similar to “Leave messages on server”.

    This video below shows how to switch off leaving email on the server for Outlook..

    This video below shows how to set iPhone or iPad to Remove Messages from Server..

    IMPORTANT – Use ONLY POP for email on your Apple or Android smartphone.


    Watch this video below to setup POP for iphone, ipad etc…Please USE Pop3 when setting up.

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