Email Client Settings

Use the email client settings below to configure Outlook or similar applications for sending and receiving email.

Additional Resources:

Office 365 Exchange:

It should work.  Enter your credentials, user name and password; and you’re in!

NetworkSolutions:

Pro Tip! Outlook 2016 requires Root Folder Path:  Inbox
Thunderbird auto sets up IMAP

mail.YourDomainHerecom
smtp.YourDomainHere.com  (req authentication)
theusername@Yourdomainhere.com
The password you set when you created the mailbox.
143 – no encrypted connections
587 – no encrypted connections
Yes—Your Full Email address and Password

Time Warner IMAP settings:

Account Type: IMAP – Time Warner Cable
Incoming Mail Server: mail.twc.com
Incoming Server –IMAP port: 143 (default SSL)
Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP): mail.twc.com
Outgoing Server – SMTP port: 587 TLS
Inbound & Outbound User Name: Enter full email address, for example:

johndoe@[division].rr.com
johndoe@roadrunner.com
johndoe@twc.com

Inbound & Outbound Password: Email Password (same as Web Mail)
SMTP Server Requires Authentication: Checked

***Alternative Settings

Google IMAP (Outlook 2010) settings:

Account Type: IMAP – Google Apps
Incoming Mail Server: imap.gmail.com
Incoming Server –IMAP port: 993 – SSL
Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP): smtp.gmail.com
Outgoing Server – SMTP port: 587 -TLS  (auto works too)
Inbound & Outbound User Name: Enter full email address, for example:

johndoe@domainname.com
johndoe@gmail.com

Inbound & Outbound Password: Email Password (same as Web Mail)
SMTP Server Requires Authentication: Checked

***Be signed into the account you want to use in your web browser when you go to the following link

Yahoo! Business POP Settings:

Yahoo! Business Mail

Your POP/SMTP Settings
Incoming Server :     pop.bizmail.yahoo.com
Port 995 with SSL
Outgoing Server :     smtp.bizmail.yahoo.com
Port 465 with SSL (requires Authentication to be enabled)
Username :     Your Business Email address
(e.g. name@mycompany.com)
Password :     Your Business Email password

Your IMAP settings
Incoming Server :     imap.mail.yahoo.com
Port 993 with SSL
Outgoing Server :     smtp.bizmail.yahoo.com
Port 465 with SSL (requires Authentication to be enabled)
Username :     Your Business Email address
(e.g. name@mycompany.com)
Password :     Your Business Email password

ATT.net

Your IMAP settings
Incoming Server :     imap.mail.att.net
Port 993 with SSL
Outgoing Server :     smtp.mail.att.net
Port 587 with TLS (requires Authentication to be enabled)
Username :     Your Business Email address
(e.g. name@mycompany.com)
Password :     Your Business Email password

Rackspace

https://support.rackspace.com/how-to/rackspace-email-and-hosted-exchange-settings/

 

 

GoDaddy

 

Server SSL port (secure) Standard port
pop.secureserver.net 995 110
smtpout.secureserver.net 993 143
Incoming server (IMAP):

imap.secureserver.net

143, 993 (SSL)

 

To Change Your Outlook SMTP Port Settings

  1. In Microsoft Outlook 2010, click File, and then click Account Settings.
  2. Select the account you want to change and click Change.
  3. Click More Settings… and select the Advanced tab.
  4. Next to Use the following type of encrypted connection, select SSL.
  5. Next to Outgoing Server (SMTP), type 465. Click OK and click Next.
  6. If those settings don’t work,repeat steps 1-3 and select None for Use the following type of encrypted connection. Try these other ports for Outgoing server (SMTP): 80, 3535, or 25.

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