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Windows Mail (POP3 & SMTP over SSL)

To configure Windows Mail to send and receive email using our servers using POP3 and SMTP over SSL/TLS, please follow the steps below. Please replace:

Attention username@example.com with your email address
example.com with your domain name
your_server.com with your server's host name (you can find your server's host name listed in the upper left corner of your Control Panel)

 

1. Open Windows Mail.

2. Choose "Tools" -> "Accounts".

Tools -> Accounts

3. Click on "Add".

4. Select "E-mail Account".

Click on "Next".

E-mail Account

5. In the "Display Name" field you should enter the name which you would like to appear on the messages you send.

Click on the "Next" button.

Display name

6. Enter your e-mail address username@example.com in the "E-mail address" field.

Click on the "Next" button.

E-mail address

7. Set the type of the incoming mail server to POP3.
For incoming and outgoing mail servers you should use mail.your_server.com

Mark the "Outgoing server requires authentication" option.

Click on the "Next" button.

Set up e-mail servers

8. Enter username@example.com in the "E-mail username" field. In the "Password" field you need to enter the current password for this particular mailbox.

Click on the "Next" button.

Internet Mail Logon

9. Click on "Finish".

Finish

10. Select the account you have just created and click on "Properties".

Properties

11. Click on the "Advanced" tab.

"This server requires a secure connection (SSL)" options under "Outgoing mail (SMTP)" and "Incoming mail (POP3)" need to be checked. Set the "Outgoing server (SMTP)" port to 587.

Click on "OK".

Advanced

12. Click on "Close".

Close