Setting up your Email

Setting up Standard IMAP on Outlook

  • Your Name:  what you want your name to be.
  • Email Address:  your email address
  • Account Type:  IMAP
  • Incoming Mail Server:  mail.YOURDOMAIN.TLD
  • Outgoing Mail Server: mail.YOURDOMAIN.TLD
  • Username:  FULL Email Address
  • Password:  Your password

See example below

Now, click on “More Settings …”

Advanced Settings

IMAP & SMTP settings should be set to 143 & 25 respectively, as shown below.  If in some cases, your internet is slow or lagging, you can set the Server Timeouts for around 3 minutes.  This helps in the case of large emails on a slow internet connection.

Outgoing Server Settings – Optional

You can check “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication” & select “Use same settings as my incoming mail server” as below in the case of certain internet connections.  In some cases of internet connections, this isn’t needed.

Setting up Standard POP3 on Outlook

  • Your Name:  what you want your name to be.
  • Email Address:  your email address
  • Account Type:  POP3
  • Incoming Mail Server:  mail.YOURDOMAIN.TLD
  • Outgoing Mail Server: mail.YOURDOMAIN.TLD
  • Username:  FULL Email Address
  • Password:  Your password

See Example Below

Advanced Settings

IMAP & SMTP settings should be set to 110 & 25 respectively, as shown below for SMTP.  If in some cases, internet is slow or lagging, you can set the Server Timeouts for around 3 minutes.  This helps in the case of large emails.

You may “Leave a copy” if you like, which will keep an email on the server for however many days you set it to.  If you’re a heavy email user, keep the amount of days low to avoid bottlenecking emails.

 Outgoing Server Settings – Optional

You can check “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication” & select “Use same settings as my incoming mail server” as below in the case of certain internet connections.  In some cases of internet connections, this isn’t needed.

  • Control Panel Login

    Username: Password: