Email Client Setup

Type of connection: POP3 **** With Out SSL (POP vs IMAP What’s the difference?)
Your/Display name: anything you want
Email address: enter the full address (name@yourdomain.com)
Incoming mail server: mail.yourdomain.com
Outgoing mail server: mail.yourdomain.com **Outgoing mail server does require authentication**
Incoming mail port: 110 for POP3
Outgoing mail port: 25 (If 25 does not work, try 587, as some ISPs block port 25)
Note: For Comcast/ATT Internet customers, port 587 is available for use as ports 25 and 26 are blocked on their network.
Username/Account name: must be the full email address (name@yourdomain.com). Sometimes this setting won't work until you replace the @ with a + in the username.
Password: the email password. Do NOT use SPA (secure password authentication).

****With SSL Settings
Secure Incoming mail server: mail10.firepixel.com
Secure Outgoing mail server: mail10.firepixel.com
Secure Incoming mail port: 995 for POP3
Secure Outgoing mail port: 465 (The outgoing mail is always SMTP, whether using IMAP or POP)

 

Type of connection: IMAP **** With Out SSL (POP vs IMAP What’s the difference?)
Your/Display name: anything you want
Email address: enter the full address (name@yourdomain.com)
Incoming mail server: mail.yourdomain.com
Outgoing mail server: mail.yourdomain.com **Outgoing mail server does require authentication**
Incoming mail port: 143 for IMAP
Outgoing mail port: 25 (If 25 does not work, try 587, as some ISPs block port 25)
Note: For Comcast/ATT Internet customers, port 587 is available for use as ports 25 and 26 are blocked on their network.
Username/Account name: must be the full email address (name@yourdomain.com). Sometimes this setting won't work until you replace the @ with a + in the username.
Password: the email password. Do NOT use SPA (secure password authentication).

****With SSL Settings
Secure Incoming mail server: mail10.firepixel.com
Secure Outgoing mail server: mail10.firepixel.com
Secure Incoming mail port: 993 for IMAP
Secure Outgoing mail port: 465 (The outgoing mail is always SMTP, whether using IMAP or POP)

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