Setting Up Email IMAP for an Multiple Devices

STEP 1: Incoming IMAP Server

You need to enter the name of our IMAP server provided by our server for your email and website. It's purpose is the gather incoming mail and serve it to you. The name of our mail server is "".
- Enter "" as the POP3 server.

STEP 2: SMTP Server

That's the outgoing server, or the server that sends your mail. It can sometimes be your ISP's server, but you may find them to be more restrictive. If you use our SMTP server, it is the same name as the POP server above. If you choose to use your ISP's server, then you'll need to ask them for the name. 

- Enter "" as the SMTP server.

STEP 3: Account Name / Username

Although some services require only the front part of your e-mail address before the '@' symbol, our servers require a more explicit designation, so you'll need to enter your FULL e-mail address. Usernames ARE case sensitive, usually all lower case. 
- Enter your FULL e-mail address as the username

STEP 4: Password

This is the password to your e-mail account (which might be different that the password to your ISP account). Be careful to type it correctly, since it's usually a blind field. Remember too that your password will be case sensitive.
- Enter your e-mail password

STEP 5: SMTP Authentication

To prevent SPAM our mail servers require that you are logged to prove you are a legitimate client. This prevents malicious exploitation of the servers by SPAM'ers. All this means is that your computer logs in not only to check mail, but to send mail as well. Likewise, we use the same login information for both incoming and outgoing mail, so you don't have to enter it twice. 
- Check the box that indicates your 'SMTP Server Requires Authentication.'


This is the default for most newer systems, but in older systems you may have to turn this on explicitly in the Advanced Settings.   


Again, newer systems will often set these correctly by default, but you should check to ensure it is correct. If you use different ports, then the SSL security won't work, and you won't be able to connect. 

- Set Incoming mail to Port 993 or 143 for IMAP. 

- Set Outgoing mail to Port 587.

Deleting to Archiving

THIS IS IMPORTANT: you don't want to accidentally delete any message from all your devices simultaneously so that it can never be retrieved. Every application does it a little differently, but you should switch your application to save deleted emails into an archive or other container until you decide to permanently delete them. 

And the Rest

All the other fields and features are either self-explanitory, optional or set for you. We'll leave you to your own sense of exploration here.