NOTE: The use of the "m1234567" style mailbox names as your username has been deprecated (effective January 7, 2009).
NOTE: Username/password authentication MUST be enabled in order to SEND e-mail!
NOTE: Passwords are CaSe SeNsItIvE!
In the examples above just replace yourdomain.com with your actual domain name.
When you set up the first e-mail address under a domain (that is configured to be hosted with us) our system automatically creates the necessary hostnames and MX records that are required to process e-mail for that domain.
NOTE: Some Internet Service Providers (ISPs) require that you use their SMTP server to send mail (example: smtp.yourISP.com). You must check with your ISP to see if they require you to use their SMTP server for outgoing mail, or if you can use your domain's mail server for outgoing mail.
Can't decide which incoming protocol to use? See this article for more information: POP3 vs IMAP.
When you create the first e-mail address for a domain (that is configured to be hosted with us) the system will also set up hostnames for our FREE WebMail service as well.
These are URLs to access the WebMail interface (unless you change them) [Of course replace "yourdomain.com" with your actual domain name!];
We also provide secure URLs as well. Just use https instead of http. You can ignore the SSL certificate warning message when you access these URLs.
Follow these links for specific instructions on how to set up the corresponding e-mail clients