Email Services | How to Set up Your Email Client (POP3/SMTP)

 

Using an Email Client to Read your Email

You can use your custom domain email with any email client such as:

  • Outlook
  • Outlook Express
  • Thunderbird
  • Eudora
  • Mobile phone
  • Any client that supports POP3 email configuration

 

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Your username is your full email address (including the domain) and your password is what you set up in the Email Services section of your Webs account.

Receiving Mail

  • Incoming mail server (POP3): pop.everyone.net 

Sending Mail

  • Outgoing mail server (SMTP): smtp.everyone.net
  • In Outlook Internet E-mail Settings for Outgoing Server Check the box that reads: My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication.
  • Alternate SMTP Port (Optional): 2525

Depending on your security settings these are the ports you should be using:

Server Type Server Name Port
POP3 pop.everyone.net 110
POP3 (128-bit SSL) pop.everyone.net 995
IMAP imap.everyone.net 143
IMAP with SSL imap.everyone.net 993
SMTP (Authenticated) smtp.everyone.net 25
SMTP (Authenticated) smtp.everyone.net 2525
SMTP  (Authenticated 128-bit SSL) smtp.everyone.net 465
LDAP3** (for Shared Address Book)  ldap.everyone.net 389
NOTE:The authenticated SMTP username and password is the same as your IMAP and POP username and password.
Tip: If you are using Microsoft Outlook and cannot get your sendmail to work properly, this may be caused by a known issue with Outlook. Please see the following page for more information on how to correct the issue:
http://helpdesk.everyone.net/kb.cgi?cat&query=SMTP&lang=en
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