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Setting up email clients

In most mail clients, the setup is limited to specifying mail servers and mailbox access details.

For example, if you have yourdomain.com, the settings would look like this:

A server for receiving mail:

mail.yourdomain.com – a server for receiving mail via POP3 or IMAP

Port for receiving mail via POP3: 110, for POP3 via SSL: 995

Port for receiving mail via IMAP: 143, for IMAP via SSL: 993

A server for sending mail:

smtp.yourdomain.com – server for sending mail

Port for sending via SMTP: 587 (we recommend this port, since port 25 is often blocked by ISPs, and for sending via SSL: 465)

Also in the mail client is necessary to enable SMTP authentication, otherwise sending mail will not work correctly.

Note: instead of yourdomain.com – substitute your domain.

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