Difference between revisions of "General Email Settings"

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<td><b>See your system administrator <sup>*</sup></b></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.
 

Latest revision as of 14:08, 8 July 2016

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 mail.supranet.net
Outgoing Mail Server mail.supranet.net
Incoming Server (IMAP) Port (Recommended) 143
Outgoing Server (SMTP) Port (Recommended) 587
SMTP Authentication Required Yes
Incoming Server (POP3) Not Recommended Port 110