What are the settings for my email account?

We have included the email setting for both IMAP (Allows multiple devices and connections at the same time) and POP (Only allows 1 device to access email at a time). If you are going to set up more than one device to retrieve your emails you will want to only use the IMAP settings.
 
We only provide the connections settings because there is a myriad of email programs to choose from along with all hand held devices. TalkSpot does not have the resources to offer troubleshooting and/or specific instructions for each of them. Even with the most popular programs and devices, the frequent updates and new programs and models would render any information herein outdated within a short time.

Depending on the program or handheld device You will need some of this information available, and likely all of it. Make sure you know the following, prior to diagnosing the issue.

 
For IMAP email connections here are the setup requirements:
  • Your Name (or the name of the email account):
  • Your Name (orYourDomainName.com)
  • Your Domain Name: YourDomainName.com
  • Your Email Address: YourName@ YourDomainName.com
  • Your Password: ********
  • Incoming Mail Server: (IMAP): mail. YourDomainName.com
  • Outgoing Mail Server: (SMTP): mail. YourDomainName.com
  • Your outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication: Activated
  • Incoming Server (POP3) Port Numbers: 143
  • Outgoing Server (SMTP) Port Numbers: 25 (You can use Port 587 if port 25 doesn't work)
For POP email connections here are the setup requirements:
  • Your Name (or the name of the email account):
  • Your Name (orYourDomainName.com)
  • Your Domain Name: YourDomainName.com
  • Your Email Address: YourName@ YourDomainName.com
  • Your Password: ********
  • Incoming Mail Server: (POP3): mail. YourDomainName.com
  • Outgoing Mail Server: (SMTP): mail. YourDomainName.com
  • Your outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication: Activated
  • Incoming Server (POP3) Port Numbers: 110
  • Outgoing Server (SMTP) Port Numbers: 587(25 will likely work, as well, but may experience blocks.)

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