Difference between revisions of "General Email Settings"

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For more information, contact [mailto:support@supranet.net SupraNet support].
 
For more information, contact [mailto:support@supranet.net SupraNet support].
 
 
  
 
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<td>Incoming Server (POP3) Port</td>
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<td>Incoming Server (IMAP) Port (Recommended)</td>
<td><b>110</b></td>
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<td><b>143</b></td>
 
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<td>Outgoing Server (SMTP) Port</td>
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<td>Outgoing Server (SMTP) Port (Recommended)</td>
 
<td><b>587</b></td>
 
<td><b>587</b></td>
 
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<td><b>Yes</b></td>
 
<td><b>Yes</b></td>
 
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        <td>Incoming Server (POP3) Not Recommended Port</td>
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        <td>110</td>
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<sup>*</sup> For recently added domains, this will probably be ''mail.yourcompany.com''.  For existing users, use mail.supranet.net.  Ask your system administrator or [mailto:support@supranet.net SupraNet support] for the correct server name.
 
<sup>*</sup> For recently added domains, this will probably be ''mail.yourcompany.com''.  For existing users, use mail.supranet.net.  Ask your system administrator or [mailto:support@supranet.net SupraNet support] for the correct server name.

Revision as of 12:44, 21 May 2015

If your mail client doesn't have a guide written for it, these are the settings for both POP3 and IMAP-based email. Settings not listed here can be left at their defaults.

For more information, contact SupraNet support.

Incoming Mail Server See your system administrator *
Outgoing Mail Server See your system administrator *
Incoming Server (IMAP) Port (Recommended) 143
Outgoing Server (SMTP) Port (Recommended) 587
SMTP Authentication Required Yes
Incoming Server (POP3) Not Recommended Port 110


* For recently added domains, this will probably be mail.yourcompany.com. For existing users, use mail.supranet.net. Ask your system administrator or SupraNet support for the correct server name.