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Instructions for Microsoft Outlook.

The instructions are defaulted to IMAP, if you prefer to use POP, please click the link below.


These are the set up instructions for Microsoft Outlook 2013.

Go to "POP" setup

  1. Click the File tab.

  2. In the Info category, click Account Settings, and then click Account Settings in the dropdown.

  3. On the Email tab, click New, and then click the Manual setup or additional server types check box, and then click Next.

  4. Click POP or IMAP, and then click Next.

  5. Enter the following information.

    • Your Name: Enter your name, or the name you wish to be seen.

    • Email Address: Enter your email address.

    • Account Type: IMAP

    • Incoming mail server: mail.youraccountdomain.com.

    • Outgoing mail server (SMTP): mail.youraccountdomain.com.

    • User Name: Enter your full e-mail address

    • If you wish for Outlook to save your password, check the box labeled Remember Password and enter your password in the text field.

    • Click More Settings.

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  6. On the Outgoing tab, check My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication.

  7. Click More Settings, and then click on the Advanced tab. Enter the following information.

    • Incoming server (IMAP): 143

    • Outgoing server (SMTP): 587

    • Click OK.

  8. Click Next.

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  9. Click Close.

  10. Congratulations your email is set up properly.
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Instructions for Outlook 2013. "POP"
  1. Click the File tab.

  2. In the Info category, click Account Settings, and then click Account Settings in the dropdown.

  3. On the Email tab, click New, and then Click the Manual setup or additional server types check box, and then click Next.

  4. Click POP or IMAP, and then click Next.

  5. Enter the following information.

    • Your Name: Enter your name, or the name you wish to be seen.

    • Email Address: Enter your email address.

    • Account Type: POP3

    • Incoming mail server: mail.youraccountdomain.com.

    • Outgoing mail server (SMTP): mail.youraccountdomain.com.

    • User Name: Enter your full e-mail address

    • If you wish for Outlook to save your password, check the box labeled Remember Password and enter your password in the text field.

    • Click More Settings.

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    {{yourDomain}}
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  6. On the Outgoing tab, check My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication.

  7. Click on the Advanced tab. Enter the following information.

    • Incoming server (POP): 110

    • Outgoing server (SMTP): 587

    • Click OK.

  8. Click Next.

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  9. Click Close.

  10. Congratulations your email is set up properly.
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These are the set up instructions for Microsoft Outlook 2010.

Go to "POP" setup

  1. Go to File then select “Add Account”.

  2. Step 2. Enter your information in the provided fields.

    • Your Name: Enter the name you would like to display when emails are sent out to recipients.

    • E-mail Address: Enter the email address you are configuring, in lower case.

    • Password: Enter your case sensitive password for your email address.

  3. Select “Manually configure server settings or additional server types." Click “Next.”

  4. Select “Internet E-mail” from the list, then click “Next”.

  5. Choose IMAP from “Account Type”.

    • Incoming Mail Server: mail.youraccountdomain.com

    • Outgoing Mail Server mail.youraccountdomain.com

    • Username: Enter your entire email address, in lower case.

    • Password: Enter the case sensitive Password for the email address being configured.

    • Click on “More Settings” located in the bottom right hand corner

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  6. Select the “Outgoing Server” tab.

    • Check the box next to “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication”.

    • Select “Use same settings as my incoming mail server” if it is not selected.

    Click on the “Advanced” tab.

    • Make sure the “Incoming server (IMAP):” box shows “143”.

    • Next, enter 587 in the “Outgoing server (SMTP)” box. Port 25 can be used, however, we recommend using port 587.

    • Click “Ok” to continue.

  7. Now back at the “Internet E-mail Settings” screen click “Next”.

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  8. Outlook will test the connection. Click close in the connection test box.

  9. Congratulations your email is set up properly.
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Instructions for Outlook 2010. "POP"
  1. Go to File then select “Add Account”.

  2. Step 2. Enter your information in the provided fields.

    • Your Name: Enter the name you would like to display when emails are sent out to recipients.

    • E-mail Address: Enter the email address you are configuring, in lower case.

    • Password: Enter your case sensitive password for your email address.

  3. Select “Manually configure server settings or additional server types." Click “Next.”

  4. Select “Internet E-mail” from the list, then click “Next”.

  5. Choose POP3 from “Account Type”.

    • Incoming Mail Server: mail.youraccountdomain.com

    • Outgoing Mail Server mail.youraccountdomain.com

    • Username: Enter your entire email address, in lower case.

    • Password: Enter the case sensitive Password for the email address being configured.

    • Click on “More Settings” located in the bottom right hand corner.

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  6. Select the “Outgoing Server” tab.

    • Check the box next to “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication.”

    • Select “Use same settings as my incoming mail server” if it is not selected.

    Click on the “Advanced” tab.

    • Make sure the “Incoming server (POP3):” box shows “110”.

    • Next, enter 587 in the “Outgoing server (SMTP)” box. Port 25 can be used, however, we recommend using port 587.

    • Click “Ok” to continue.

  7. Now back at the “Internet E-mail Settings” screen click “Next.”

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  8. Outlook will test the connection. Click close in the connection test box.

  9. Congratulations your email is set up properly.
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These are the set up instructions for Microsoft Outlook 2007.

Go to "POP" setup

  1. Select Account Settings from the Tools menu.

  2. On the E-mail tab, click New.

  3. Click Microsoft Exchnage, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP.

  4. Select "Manually configure server settings or additional server types" and click Next.

  5. Select Internet E-mail and click Next.

  6. Enter the following information.

    • Your Name: Enter your name, or the name you wish to be seen.

    • Email Address: Enter your email address.

    • Account Type: IMAP

    • Incoming mail server: mail.youraccountdomain.com.

    • Outgoing mail server (SMTP): mail.youraccountdomain.com.

    • User Name: Enter your full e-mail address

    • If you wish for Outlook to save your password, check the box labeled Remember Password and enter your password in the text field.

    • Click More Settings...

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  7. Click the Outgoing Server tab, and check the box labeled My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication. Choose to Use same settings as my incoming mail server

  8. Click on the Advanced tab.

    • Under Incoming Server (IMAP), the port number should be set to 143.

    • Under Outgoing Server (SMTP), the port number should be set to 587.

    • Click OK

  9. Click Next.

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  10. Congratulations your email is set up properly.
    Return to the top of the page

Instructions for Outlook 2007. "POP"
  1. Select Account Settings from the Tools menu.

  2. On the E-mail tab, click New.

  3. Click Microsoft Exchnage, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP.

  4. Select "Manually configure server settings or additional server types" and click Next.

  5. Select Internet E-mail and click Next.

  6. Enter the following information.

    • Your Name: Enter your name, or the name you wish to be seen.

    • Email Address: Enter your email address.

    • Account Type: POP3

    • Incoming mail server: mail.youraccountdomain.com.

    • Outgoing mail server (SMTP): mail.youraccountdomain.com.

    • User Name: Enter your full e-mail address

    • If you wish for Outlook to save your password, check the box labeled Remember Password and enter your password in the text field.

    • Click More Settings...

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    {{yourDomain}}
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  7. Click the Outgoing Server tab, and check the box labeled My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication. Choose to Use same settings as my incoming mail server

  8. Click on the Advanced tab.

    • Under Incoming Server (POP3), the port number should be set to 110.

    • Under Outgoing Server (SMTP), the port number should be set to 587.

    • Click OK

  9. Click Next.

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  10. Congratulations your email is set up properly.
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Instructions for Windows 8 Mail.

The Windows 8 Mail app doesn't support email accounts that use POP (Post Office Protocol).

  1. On Start, tap or click Mail.

  2. Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, and then tap Settings. (If you're using a mouse, point to the lower-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer up, and then click Settings.)

    Tap or click Accounts.

  3. Tap or click Add an account, and then click choose Other account.

  4. Tap or click IMAP, then tap or click Connect.

  5. Enter your information in the provided fields.

    • E-mail Address: Enter the email address you are configuring, in lower case.

    • Password: Enter your case sensitive password for your email address.

    • Tap or click Show more details.

  6. Enter the following information.

    • E-mail Address: Enter the email address you are configuring, in lower case.

    • Username: Enter the email address you are configuring, in lower case.

    • Password: Enter your case sensitive password for your email address.

    • Incoming (IMAP) email server: mail.youraccountdomain.com Port 143

    • Outgoing (SMTP) email server: mail.youraccountdomain.com Port 587

    • Check Outgoing server requires authentication.

    • Check Use the same username and password to send and recieve email.

    • Click or tap Connect.

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  7. Congratulations your email is set up properly.
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Instructions for Windows Live mail.

Here are the 2 mail protocols that we support. The instructions are defaulted to IMAP, if you prefer to use POP, please click the link below.

IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol):

This mail protocol directs email to be stored on the server. This allows any email enabled device (e.g. computers, smartphones and tablets) to act as a window into what the server has. If a message is read on one device, it ill be marked as read on the server and every other device will show the message as read. Deleting a message will work in the same way. Once a message is deleted on one device, it will be removed from the server, and will be deleted on all other devices. All emails will remain on the server until they are deleted, which will count against your plan's disk space allotment.

  1. Click the "Accounts" tab in the upper left corner.

  2. Click the "Add Email" button. This button has a green plus symbol on top of the "at" symbol (@).

  3. Enter your information in the provided fields. When finished, click "Next."

    • Enter your entire email address, in lower case, in the field labeled "Email Address."

    • Enter your case sensitive password in the field labeled "Password."

    • Enter your name in the field labeled "Display name for your sent messages."

  4. Select "IMAP" from the dropdown menu labeled 'Server type' and fill in the provided fields. When finished, click "Next."

    In the Incoming server information column:

    • Enter "mail.youraccountdomain.com" (not including the quotation marks) in the field labeled "Server address."

    • Ensure that 143 is entered in the "Port" field.

    • Select "Clear text" from the dropdown menu labeled "Authenticate using."

    • Enter the first part of your email address (the part before the @ symbol), in lower case, in the field labeled "Logon user name."

    In the Outgoing server information column:

    • Enter "mail.youraccountdomain.com" (not including the quotation marks) in the field labeled "Server address."

    • Ensure that 587 is entered in the "Port" field. Port 25 can be used as an alternative, but 587 is preferred.

    • Check the box next to "Requires authentication."

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  5. Congratulations, you are now able to use this mail account with Windows Live Mail!
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Windows Live mail "IMAP Manual configuration":
  1. Click the "Accounts" tab in the upper left corner.

  2. Click the "Add Email" button. This button has a green plus symbol on top of the "at" symbol (@).

  3. Enter your information in the provided fields. When finished, click "Next."

    • Enter your entire email address, in lower case, in the field labeled "Email Address."

    • Enter your case sensitive password in the field labeled "Password."

    • Enter your name in the field labeled "Display name for your sent messages."
      Be sure to click the box next to "Manually configure server settings."

  4. Select "IMAP" from the dropdown menu labeled 'Server type' and fill in the provided fields. When finished, click "Next."

    In the Incoming server information column:

    • Enter "mail.youraccountdomain.com" (not including the quotation marks) in the field labeled "Server address."

    • Ensure that 143 is entered in the "Port" field.

    • Select "Clear text" from the dropdown menu labeled "Authenticate using."

    • Enter the first part of your email address (the part before the @ symbol), in lower case, in the field labeled "Logon user name."

    In the Outgoing server information column:

    • Enter "mail.youraccountdomain.com" (not including the quotation marks) in the field labeled "Server address."

    • Ensure that 587 is entered in the "Port" field. Port 25 can be used as an alternative, but 587 is preferred.

    • Check the box next to "Requires authentication."

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    {{yourDomain}}

  5. Congratulations, you are now able to use this mail account with Windows Live Mail!
    Return to the top of the page


POP (Post Office Protocol):

This mail protocol directs email to be downloaded from the server and stored locally on the email enabled device (e.g. computers, smartphones and tablets). POP works well when accessing email from one point of contact as all the messages are stored locally. In doing so, messages are removed from the server which helps to clear billable disk space. However, any other device attempting to access the account will no longer be able to view the messages as they are removed from the server.

  1. Click the "Accounts" tab in the upper left corner.

  2. Click the "Add Email" button. This button has a green plus symbol on top of the "at" symbol (@).

  3. Enter your information in the provided fields. When finished, click "Next."

    • Enter your entire email address, in lower case, in the field labeled "Email Address."

    • Enter your case sensitive password in the field labeled "Password."

    • Enter your name in the field labeled "Display name for your sent messages."
      Be sure to click the box next to "Manually configure server settings."

  4. Select "POP" from the dropdown menu labeled 'Server type' and fill in the provided fields. When finished, click "Next."

    In the Incoming server information column:

    • Enter "mail.youraccountdomain.com" (not including the quotation marks) in the field labeled "Server address."

    • Ensure that 110 is entered in the "Port" field.

    • Select "Clear text" from the dropdown menu labeled "Authenticate using."

    • Enter the first part of your email address (the part before the @ symbol), in lower case, in the field labeled "Logon user name."

    In the Outgoing server information column:

    • Enter "mail.youraccountdomain.com" (not including the quotation marks) in the field labeled "Server address."

    • Ensure that 587 is entered in the "Port" field. Port 25 can be used as an alternative, but 587 is preferred.

    • Check the box next to "Requires authentication."

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    {{yourDomain}}

  5. Congratulations, you are now able to use this mail account with Windows Live Mail!
    Return to the top of the page

Windows Live mail "POP Manual configuration:

  1. Click the "Accounts" tab in the upper left corner.

  2. Click the "Add Email" button. This button has a green plus symbol on top of the "at" symbol (@).

  3. Enter your information in the provided fields. When finished, click "Next."

    • Enter your entire email address, in lower case, in the field labeled "Email Address."

    • Enter your case sensitive password in the field labeled "Password."

    • Enter your name in the field labeled "Display name for your sent messages."
      Be sure to click the box next to "Manually configure server settings."

  4. Select "POP" from the dropdown menu labeled 'Server type' and fill in the provided fields. When finished, click "Next."

    In the Incoming server information column:

    • Enter "mail.youraccountdomain.com" (not including the quotation marks) in the field labeled "Server address."

    • Ensure that 110 is entered in the "Port" field.

    • Select "Clear text" from the dropdown menu labeled "Authenticate using."

    • Enter the first part of your email address (the part before the @ symbol), in lower case, in the field labeled "Logon user name."

    In the Outgoing server information column:

    • Enter "mail.youraccountdomain.com" (not including the quotation marks) in the field labeled "Server address."

    • Ensure that 587 is entered in the "Port" field. Port 25 can be used as an alternative, but 587 is preferred.

    • Check the box next to "Requires authentication."

    {{yourDomain}}
    {{yourDomain}}

  5. Congratulations, you are now able to use this mail account with Windows Live Mail!
    Return to the top of the page


Instructions for Mozilla Thunderbird.

Here are the 2 mail protocols that we support. The instructions are defaulted to IMAP, if you prefer to use POP, please click the link below.

IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol):

This mail protocol directs email to be stored on the server. This allows any email enabled device (e.g. computers, smartphones and tablets) to act as a window into what the server has. If a message is read on one device, it ill be marked as read on the server and every other device will show the message as read. Deleting a message will work in the same way. Once a message is deleted on one device, it will be removed from the server, and will be deleted on all other devices. All emails will remain on the server until they are deleted, which will count against your plan's disk space allotment.


  1. Click the "Display the Thunderbird Menu" button in the upper right hand corner. This button has 3 horizontal lines stacked on top of each other.

  2. Click "Options"

  3. Click "Account Settings"

  4. Click "Account Actions"

  5. Select "Add Mail Account"

  6. Enter information in the specified fields and click continue.

    • Enter your full name in the "Your name" field.

    • Enter your entire email address in lower case in the "Email address" field.

    • Enter your case sensitive password in the "Password" field.

  7. Click the radio button next to IMAP (remote folders) and click "Done."
    *You may be prompted to confirm a security exception if you do not have a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate purchased.

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  8. Congratulations, email setup is now complete. You will now see the account listed in the left hand column ready to use.
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Instructions for Mozilla Thunderbird. "IMAP Manual Configuration"
  1. Click the "Display the Thunderbird Menu" button in the upper right hand corner. This button has 3 horizontal lines stacked on top of each other.

  2. Click "Options"

  3. Click "Account Settings"

  4. Click "Account Actions"

  5. Select "Add Mail Account"

  6. Enter information in the specified fields and click continue.

    • Enter your full name in the "Your name" field.

    • Enter your entire email address in lower case in the "Email address" field.

    • Enter your case sensitive password in the "Password" field.

  7. Click the radio button next to IMAP (remote folders) and click Manual Config.

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  8. Ensure the selections are as follows and click "Done."
    *You may be prompted to confirm a security exception if you do not have a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate purchased.

    • incoming IMAP Port 143

    • Outgoing SMTP Port 587

    • SSL for Incoming and Outgoing set to "None."

    • Authentication for incoming and outgoing set to "Normal Password."

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  9. Congratulations, email setup is now complete. You will now see the account listed in the left hand column ready to use.
    Return to the top of the page


POP (Post Office Protocol):

This mail protocol directs email to be downloaded from the server and stored locally on the email enabled device (e.g. computers, smartphones and tablets). POP works well when accessing email from one point of contact as all the messages are stored locally. In doing so, messages are removed from the server which helps to clear billable disk space. However, any other device attempting to access the account will no longer be able to view the messages as they are removed from the server.

  1. Click the "Display the Thunderbird Menu" button in the upper right hand corner. This button has 3 horizontal lines stacked on top of each other.

  2. Click "Options"

  3. Click "Account Settings"

  4. Click "Account Actions"

  5. Select "Add Mail Account"

  6. Enter information in the specified fields and click continue.

    • Enter your full name in the "Your name" field.

    • Enter your entire email address in lower case in the "Email address" field.

    • Enter your case sensitive password in the "Password" field.

  7. Click the radio button next to POP3 (remote folders) and click "Done."
    *You may be prompted to confirm a security exception if you do not have a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate purchased.

    {{yourEmail}}

  8. Congratulations, email setup is now complete. You will now see the account listed in the left hand column ready to use.
    Return to the top of the page


Instructions for Mozilla Thunderbird. "POP Manual Configuration"
  1. Click the "Display the Thunderbird Menu" button in the upper right hand corner. This button has 3 horizontal lines stacked on top of each other.

  2. Click "Options"

  3. Click "Account Settings"

  4. Click "Account Actions"

  5. Select "Add Mail Account"

  6. Enter information in the specified fields and click continue.

    • Enter your full name in the "Your name" field.

    • Enter your entire email address in lower case in the "Email address" field.

    • Enter your case sensitive password in the "Password" field.

  7. Click the radio button next to POP3 (remote folders) and click "Manual Config."

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  8. Ensure the selections are as follows and click "Done."
    *You may be prompted to confirm a security exception if you do not have a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate purchased.

    • Incoming POP3 Port 110

    • Outgoing SMTP Port 587

    • SSL for Incoming and Outgoing set to "None."

    • Authentication for incoming and outgoing set to "Normal Password."

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  9. Congratulations, email setup is now complete. You will now see the account listed in the left hand column ready to use.
    Return to the top of the page



Instructions for the Apple "Mail" program.

Here are the 2 mail protocols that we support. The instructions are defaulted to IMAP, if you prefer to use POP, please click the link below.

IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol):

This mail protocol directs email to be stored on the server. This allows any email enabled device (e.g. computers, smartphones and tablets) to act as a window into what the server has. If a message is read on one device, it ill be marked as read on the server and every other device will show the message as read. Deleting a message will work in the same way. Once a message is deleted on one device, it will be removed from the server, and will be deleted on all other devices. All emails will remain on the server until they are deleted, which will count against your plan's disk space allotment.


  1. Click 'Mail' in the upper left hand corner and select 'Preferences.'

  2. Click on the tab labeled 'Accounts.'

  3. Click on the '+' symbol located in the bottom right hand corner of the page.

  4. Select the option to 'Add Other Mail Account...' and click 'Continue.'

  5. Fill in the fields and click 'Sign In.'

    • Type your name in the field labeled 'Name.'

    • Type your entire email address, in lower case, in the field labeled 'Email Address.'

    • Type your case sensitive password in the field labeled 'Password.'

  6. Fill in the fields and click 'Sign In.'

    • Type your entire email address, in lower case, in the field labeled 'Email Address.'

    • Type your entire email address, in lower case, in the field labeled 'User Name.'

    • Type your case sensitive password in the field labeled 'Password.'

      *You may be prompted to confirm a security exception if you do not have an SSL certificate installed for your email.

    • Type mail.youraccountdomain.com in the field labeled 'Incoming Mail Server.'

    • Type mail.youraccountdomain.com in the field labeled 'Outgoing Mail Server.'

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  7. Congratulations, your email account is now ready to use!
    Return to the top of the page


POP (Post Office Protocol):

This mail protocol directs email to be downloaded from the server and stored locally on the email enabled device (e.g. computers, smartphones and tablets). POP works well when accessing email from one point of contact as all the messages are stored locally. In doing so, messages are removed from the server which helps to clear billable disk space. However, any other device attempting to access the account will no longer be able to view the messages as they are removed from the server.

  1. Click 'Mail' in the upper left hand corner and select 'Preferences.'

  2. Click on the tab labeled 'Accounts.'

  3. Click on the '+' symbol located in the bottom right hand corner of the page.

  4. Select the option to 'Add Other Mail Account...' and click 'Continue.'

  5. Fill in the fields and click 'Sign In.'

    • Type your name in the field labeled 'Name.'

    • Type your entire email address, in lower case, in the field labeled 'Email Address.'

    • Type your case sensitive password in the field labeled 'Password.'

  6. Fill in the fields and click 'Sign In.'

    • Type your entire email address, in lower case, in the field labeled 'Email Address.'

    • Type your entire email address, in lower case, in the field labeled 'User Name.'

    • Type your case sensitive password in the field labeled 'Password.'

      *You may be prompted to confirm a security exception if you do not have an SSL certificate installed for your email.

    • Type mail.youraccountdomain.com in the field labeled 'Incoming Mail Server.'

    • Type mail.youraccountdomain.com in the field labeled 'Outgoing Mail Server.'

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  7. Congratulations, your email account is now ready to use!
    Return to the top of the page


Instructions for Microsoft Outlook 2011 on Mac OS X.

Here are the 2 mail protocols that we support. The instructions are defaulted to IMAP, if you prefer to use POP, please click the link below.

IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol):

This mail protocol directs email to be stored on the server. This allows any email enabled device (e.g. computers, smartphones and tablets) to act as a window into what the server has. If a message is read on one device, it ill be marked as read on the server and every other device will show the message as read. Deleting a message will work in the same way. Once a message is deleted on one device, it will be removed from the server, and will be deleted on all other devices. All emails will remain on the server until they are deleted, which will count against your plan's disk space allotment.


  1. On the Tools menu, click Accounts.

  2. In the lower-left corner of the Accounts dialog box, click on the '+', and then click E-mail.

  3. In the expanded window please enter the following information and click 'Add Account'.
    "When you start typing the password, the rest of the window will expand, and more options will appear."

    • Type your entire email address, in lower case, in the field labeled 'Email Address.'

    • Type your case sensitive password in the field labeled 'Password.'

    • Enter your full email in the "User name" field.

    • Type: IMAP

    • Incoming Mail Server: mail.youraccountdomain.com : port 143

    • Outgoing Mail Server mail.youraccountdomain.com : port 587

    • Check the box for: Override default port

    • When you have entered all the information, click on Add Account.

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  4. Enter a name in the Account description-field that describes your account.

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  5. Congratulations, your email account is now ready to use!
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POP (Post Office Protocol):

This mail protocol directs email to be downloaded from the server and stored locally on the email enabled device (e.g. computers, smartphones and tablets). POP works well when accessing email from one point of contact as all the messages are stored locally. In doing so, messages are removed from the server which helps to clear billable disk space. However, any other device attempting to access the account will no longer be able to view the messages as they are removed from the server.


  1. On the Tools menu, click Accounts.

  2. In the lower-left corner of the Accounts dialog box, click on the '+', and then click E-mail.

  3. In the expanded window please enter the following information and click 'Add Account'.
    "When you start typing the password, the rest of the window will expand, and more options will appear."

    • Type your entire email address, in lower case, in the field labeled 'Email Address.'

    • Type your case sensitive password in the field labeled 'Password.'

    • Enter your full email in the "User name" field.

    • Type: POP

    • Incoming Mail Server: mail.youraccountdomain.com : port 110

    • Outgoing Mail Server mail.youraccountdomain.com : port 587

    • Check the box for: Override default port

    • When you have entered all the information, click on Add Account.

    {{yourEmail}}
    {{yourDomain}}
    {{yourDomain}}

  4. Enter a name in the Account description-field that describes your account.

    {{yourEmail}}
    {{yourDomain}}
    {{yourDomain}}

  5. Congratulations, your email account is now ready to use!
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Instructions for Mozilla Thunderbird.

Here are the 2 mail protocols that we support. The instructions are defaulted to IMAP, if you prefer to use POP, please click the link below.

IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol):

This mail protocol directs email to be stored on the server. This allows any email enabled device (e.g. computers, smartphones and tablets) to act as a window into what the server has. If a message is read on one device, it ill be marked as read on the server and every other device will show the message as read. Deleting a message will work in the same way. Once a message is deleted on one device, it will be removed from the server, and will be deleted on all other devices. All emails will remain on the server until they are deleted, which will count against your plan's disk space allotment.


  1. Step 1: Click the "Display the Thunderbird Menu" button in the upper right hand corner. This button has 3 horizontal lines stacked on top of each other.

  2. Click "Preferences"

  3. Click "Account Settings"

  4. Click "Account Actions"

  5. Select "Add Mail Account"

  6. Enter information in the specified fields and click continue.

    • Enter your full name in the "Your name" field.

    • Enter your entire email address in lower case in the "Email address" field.

    • Enter your case sensitive password in the "Password" field.

    {{yourEmail}}

  7. Click the radio button next to IMAP (remote folders) and click "Done."
    *You may be prompted to confirm a security exception if you do not have a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate purchased.

  8. Congratulations, email setup is now complete. You will now see the account listed in the left hand column ready to use.
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Instructions for Mozilla Thunderbird. "IMAP Manual Configuration"
  1. Step 1: Click the "Display the Thunderbird Menu" button in the upper right hand corner. This button has 3 horizontal lines stacked on top of each other.

  2. Click "Preferences"

  3. Click "Account Settings"

  4. Click "Account Actions"

  5. Select "Add Mail Account"

  6. Enter information in the specified fields and click continue.

    • Enter your full name in the "Your name" field.

    • Enter your entire email address in lower case in the "Email address" field.

    • Enter your case sensitive password in the "Password" field.

    {{yourEmail}}

  7. Click the radio button next to IMAP (remote folders) and click Manual Config.

  8. Ensure the selections are as follows and click "Done."

    • Incoming IMAP Port 143

    • Outgoing SMTP Port 587

    • SSL for Incoming and Outgoing set to "None."

    • Authentication for incoming and outgoing set to "Normal Password."
      *You may be prompted to confirm a security exception if you do not have a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate purchased.

    {{yourDomain}}
    {{yourDomain}}

  9. Congratulations, email setup is now complete. You will now see the account listed in the left hand column ready to use.
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POP (Post Office Protocol):

This mail protocol directs email to be downloaded from the server and stored locally on the email enabled device (e.g. computers, smartphones and tablets). POP works well when accessing email from one point of contact as all the messages are stored locally. In doing so, messages are removed from the server which helps to clear billable disk space. However, any other device attempting to access the account will no longer be able to view the messages as they are removed from the server.


  1. Step 1: Click the "Display the Thunderbird Menu" button in the upper right hand corner. This button has 3 horizontal lines stacked on top of each other.

  2. Click "Preferences"

  3. Click "Account Settings"

  4. Click "Account Actions"

  5. Select "Add Mail Account"

  6. Enter information in the specified fields and click continue.

    • Enter your full name in the "Your name" field.

    • Enter your entire email address in lower case in the "Email address" field.

    • Enter your case sensitive password in the "Password" field.

    {{yourEmail}}

  7. Click the radio button next to POP3 (remote folders) and click "Done."
    *You may be prompted to confirm a security exception if you do not have a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate purchased.

  8. Congratulations, email setup is now complete. You will now see the account listed in the left hand column ready to use.
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Instructions for Mozilla Thunderbird. "POP Manual Configuration"
  1. Step 1: Click the "Display the Thunderbird Menu" button in the upper right hand corner. This button has 3 horizontal lines stacked on top of each other.

  2. Click "Preferences"

  3. Click "Account Settings"

  4. Click "Account Actions"

  5. Select "Add Mail Account"

  6. Enter information in the specified fields and click continue.

    • Enter your full name in the "Your name" field.

    • Enter your entire email address in lower case in the "Email address" field.

    • Enter your case sensitive password in the "Password" field.

    {{yourEmail}}

  7. Click the radio button next to POP3 (remote folders) and click "Manual Config."

  8. Ensure the selections are as follows and click "Done."

    • Incoming IMAP Port 110

    • Outgoing SMTP Port 587

    • SSL for Incoming and Outgoing set to "None."

    • Authentication for incoming and outgoing set to "Normal Password."
      *You may be prompted to confirm a security exception if you do not have a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate purchased.

    {{yourDomain}}
    {{yourDomain}}

  9. Congratulations, email setup is now complete. You will now see the account listed in the left hand column ready to use.
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Instructions for PowerMail.

Here are the 2 mail protocols that we support. The instructions are defaulted to IMAP, if you prefer to use POP, please click the link below.

IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol):

This mail protocol directs email to be stored on the server. This allows any email enabled device (e.g. computers, smartphones and tablets) to act as a window into what the server has. If a message is read on one device, it ill be marked as read on the server and every other device will show the message as read. Deleting a message will work in the same way. Once a message is deleted on one device, it will be removed from the server, and will be deleted on all other devices. All emails will remain on the server until they are deleted, which will count against your plan's disk space allotment.


  1. Click 'Setup' in the upper menu bar and select 'Mail Accounts.

  2. Click the green plus symbol labeled 'New.'

  3. Enter the following into the provided fields:

    • Enter a brief description in the field labeled 'Description.'

    • Enter your entire email address, in lower case, in the field labeled 'Email Address.'

    • Enter your first and last name in the field labeled 'Real Name.'

    • Click the checkbox next to 'Save passwords in Mac OS keychain.' optional

    {{yourEmail}}

  4. Click the tab labeled 'Receiving.'

    {{yourEmail}}

  5. Select IMAP4 from the dropdown menu next to 'Protocol' and fill in the fields:

    • Enter your entire email address, in lower case, in the field labeled 'User Account ID.'

    • Enter mail.youraccountdomain.com in the field next to 'Incoming mail server.'

    • Enter your case sensitive password in the field labeled 'password.'
      Also, expand the Advanced section (marked by the green arrow) and check the box labeled 'Use port 143.'

    {{yourEmail}}
    {{yourDomain}}

  6. Click the tab labeled 'Sending.'

  7. Enter the following into the provided fields:

    • Enter mail.youraccountdomain.com in the field labeled 'Outgoing SMTP server.'

    • Enter your entire Enter your entire email address, in lower case, in the field labeled 'Authenticate as user.'

    • Enter your case sensitive password in the field labeled 'password.'
      Also, expand the Advanced section (marked by the green arrow) and check the box labeled 'Use port' and enter 587 in the provided field.

    • Press command+S to save the account.

    {{yourEmail}}
    {{yourDomain}}

  8. Click 'Connection' in the upper menu bar and select 'Connect.'
    You will be prompted to connect to IMAP or POP, select IMAP and click OK. Congratulations, your email account is ready to use!
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POP (Post Office Protocol):

This mail protocol directs email to be downloaded from the server and stored locally on the email enabled device (e.g. computers, smartphones and tablets). POP works well when accessing email from one point of contact as all the messages are stored locally. In doing so, messages are removed from the server which helps to clear billable disk space. However, any other device attempting to access the account will no longer be able to view the messages as they are removed from the server.


  1. Click 'Setup' in the upper menu bar and select 'Mail Accounts.

  2. Click the green plus symbol labeled 'New.'

  3. Enter the following into the provided fields:

    • Enter a brief description in the field labeled 'Description.'

    • Enter your entire email address, in lower case, in the field labeled 'Email Address.'

    • Enter your first and last name in the field labeled 'Real Name.'

    • Click the checkbox next to 'Save passwords in Mac OS keychain.' optional

    {{yourEmail}}

  4. Click the tab labeled 'Receiving.'

    {{yourEmail}}

  5. Select POP3 from the dropdown menu next to 'Protocol' and fill in the fields:

    • Enter your entire email address, in lower case, in the field labeled 'User Account ID.'

    • Enter mail.youraccountdomain.com in the field next to 'Incoming mail server.'

    • Enter your case sensitive password in the field labeled 'password.'
      Also, expand the Advanced section (marked by the green arrow) and check the box labeled 'Use port 110.'

    {{yourDomain}}

  6. Click the tab labeled 'Sending.'

  7. Enter the following into the provided fields:

    • Enter mail.youraccountdomain.com in the field labeled 'Outgoing SMTP server.'

    • Enter your entire Enter your entire email address, in lower case, in the field labeled 'Authenticate as user.'

    • Enter your case sensitive password in the field labeled 'password.'
      Also, expand the Advanced section (marked by the green arrow) and check the box labeled 'Use port' and enter 587 in the provided field.

    • Press command+S to save the account.

    {{yourEmail}}
    {{yourDomain}}

  8. Click 'Connection' in the upper menu bar and select 'Connect.'
    You will be prompted to connect to IMAP or POP, select POP and click OK. Congratulations, your email account is ready to use!
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Instructions for the iPad.

Here are the 2 mail protocols that we support. The instructions are defaulted to IMAP, if you prefer to use POP, please click the link below.

IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol):

This mail protocol directs email to be stored on the server. This allows any email enabled device (e.g. computers, smartphones and tablets) to act as a window into what the server has. If a message is read on one device, it ill be marked as read on the server and every other device will show the message as read. Deleting a message will work in the same way. Once a message is deleted on one device, it will be removed from the server, and will be deleted on all other devices. All emails will remain on the server until they are deleted, which will count against your plan's disk space allotment.


  1. Enter the settings section of the iPad.

  2. Select "Mail, Contacts, Calendars" and then "Add Account".

  3. Select "Other".

  4. Select "Add Mail Account" and fill in the fields as follows

    • Enter your full name next to the field labeled "Name".

    • Enter your full email address {{yourEmail}} next to the field labeled "Email."

    • Enter your case sensitive password next to the field labeled "Password".

    • The Description is automatically entered once your email address is typed.


  5. Select IMAP and fill in the fields as follows:

    • Enter your full name next to the field labeled "Name".

    • Enter your full email address {{yourEmail}} next to the field labeled "Email".

    • The Description is automatically entered once your email address is typed.


  6. Fill the Incoming Mail Server fields as follows:

    • Enter mail.{{yourDomain}} next to the field labeled "Host Name".

    • Enter your entire email address {{yourEmail}} next to the field labeled "User Name".

    • The Description is automatically entered once your email address is typed.

    • Enter your case sensitive password next to the field labeled "Password".


    {{yourDomain}}

  7. Fill the Outgoing Mail Server fields as follows:

    • Enter mail.{{yourDomain}} next to the field labeled "Host Name".

    • Enter your entire email address {{yourEmail}} next to the field labeled "User Name".

    • Enter your case sensitive password next to the field labeled "Password."


    {{yourDomain}}

  8. Click "OK" if there are any authentication warnings, which deal with using email without an SSL Certificate.

    {{yourDomain}}
    {{yourEmail}}
    {{yourDomain}}
    {{yourEmail}}

  9. Congratulations your email is set up properly.
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POP (Post Office Protocol):

This mail protocol directs email to be downloaded from the server and stored locally on the email enabled device (e.g. computers, smartphones and tablets). POP works well when accessing email from one point of contact as all the messages are stored locally. In doing so, messages are removed from the server which helps to clear billable disk space. However, any other device attempting to access the account will no longer be able to view the messages as they are removed from the server.

  1. Enter the settings section of the iPad.

  2. Select "Mail, Contacts, Calendars" and then "Add Account".

  3. Select "Other".

  4. Select "Add Mail Account" and fill in the fields as follows

    • Enter your full name next to the field labeled "Name".

    • Enter your full email address {{yourEmail}} next to the field labeled "Email."

    • Enter your case sensitive password next to the field labeled "Password".

    • The Description is automatically entered once your email address is typed.


  5. Select POP and fill in the fields as follows:

    • Enter your full name next to the field labeled "Name".

    • Enter your full email address {{yourEmail}} next to the field labeled "Email".

    • The Description is automatically entered once your email address is typed.


  6. Fill the Incoming Mail Server fields as follows:

    • Enter {{yourDomain}} next to the field labeled "Host Name".

    • Enter your entire email address {{yourEmail}} next to the field labeled "User Name".

    • The Description is automatically entered once your email address is typed.

    • Enter your case sensitive password next to the field labeled "Password".


    {{yourDomain}}

  7. Fill the Outgoing Mail Server fields as follows:

    • Enter {{yourDomain}} next to the field labeled "Host Name".

    • Enter your entire email address {{yourEmail}} next to the field labeled "User Name".

    • Enter your case sensitive password next to the field labeled "Password".


    {{yourDomain}}

  8. Click "OK" if there are any authentication warnings, which deal with using email without an SSL Certificate.

    {{yourDomain}}
    {{yourEmail}}
    {{yourDomain}}
    {{yourEmail}}

  9. Congratulations your email is set up properly.
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Instructions for Android (Droid) tablets.

Here are the 2 mail protocols that we support. The instructions are defaulted to IMAP, if you prefer to use POP, please click the link below.

IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol):

This mail protocol directs email to be stored on the server. This allows any email enabled device (e.g. computers, smartphones and tablets) to act as a window into what the server has. If a message is read on one device, it ill be marked as read on the server and every other device will show the message as read. Deleting a message will work in the same way. Once a message is deleted on one device, it will be removed from the server, and will be deleted on all other devices. All emails will remain on the server until they are deleted, which will count against your plan's disk space allotment.

  1. Launch the Settings app and touch + Add Account.

  2. Touch Email.

  3. Enter your information in the provided fields and when finished, touch "Next."

    • Enter your entire email address, in lower case, in the field labeled "Email Address."

    • Enter your case sensitive password in the field labeled "Password."

  4. Touch "IMAP."

  5. Enter your information into the Incoming server settings fields and when finished, touch "Next."

    • Enter your entire email address, in lower case, in the field labeled "Username."

    • Enter your case sensitive password in the field labeled "Password."

    • Enter "mail.youraccountdomain.com" (not including the quotation marks) in the field labeled "IMAP server."

    • In the "Security type" menu, touch None.

    • In the "Port" field, enter 143.

    {{yourDomain}}

  6. Enter your information into the Outgoing server settings fields and when finished, touch "Next."

    • Enter "mail.youraccountdomain.com" (not including the quotation marks) in the field labeled "SMTP server."

    • In the Security type menu, touch None.

    • In the "Port" field, enter 587.

    • Touch "Require sign-in."

    • Enter your entire email address, in lower case, in the field labeled "Username."

    • Enter your case sensitive password in the field labeled "Password."

    {{yourDomain}}

  7. Check the boxes that you want within "Account options" and touch "Next."

  8. Congratulations your email is set up properly.
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POP (Post Office Protocol):

This mail protocol directs email to be downloaded from the server and stored locally on the email enabled device (e.g. computers, smartphones and tablets). POP works well when accessing email from one point of contact as all the messages are stored locally. In doing so, messages are removed from the server which helps to clear billable disk space. However, any other device attempting to access the account will no longer be able to view the messages as they are removed from the server.

  1. Launch the Settings app and touch + Add Account.

  2. Touch Email.

  3. Enter your information in the provided fields and when finished, touch "Next."

    • Enter your entire email address, in lower case, in the field labeled "Email Address."

    • Enter your case sensitive password in the field labeled "Password."

  4. Touch "POP."

  5. Enter your information into the Incoming server settings fields and when finished, touch "Next."

    • Enter your entire email address, in lower case, in the field labeled "Username."

    • Enter your case sensitive password in the field labeled "Password."

    • Enter "mail.youraccountdomain.com" (not including the quotation marks) in the field labeled "POP3 server."

    • In the "Security type" menu, touch None.

    • In the "Port" field, enter 110.

    {{yourDomain}}

  6. Enter your information into the Outgoing server settings fields and when finished, touch "Next."

    • Enter "mail.youraccountdomain.com" (not including the quotation marks) in the field labeled "SMTP server."

    • In the Security type menu, touch None.

    • In the "Port" field, enter 587.

    • Touch "Require sign-in."

    • Enter your entire email address, in lower case, in the field labeled "Username."

    • Enter your case sensitive password in the field labeled "Password."

    {{yourDomain}}

  7. Check the boxes that you want within "Account options" and touch "Next."

  8. Congratulations your email is set up properly.
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How to use the Gmail Web site to read e-mail.
  1. Click the gear in the top right corner and select Settings.

  2. Open the Accounts and Import tab.

  3. In the Check mail from other accounts (using POP3) section, click Add a POP3 mail account you own.

  4. Enter the full email address of the account you'd like to access, then click Next Step.

  5. Fill in the fields and click "Add Account.":

    • Username: Enter your full email address.

    • Password: Enter your case sensitive password.

    • Pop server: enter mail.youraccountdomain.com.

    • Port: Select 110 from the dropdown menu.

    {{yourDomain}}

  6. Select "Yes" if you wish to be able to send email from this address and click "Next Step."

  7. Enter your name, as you wish for it to be displayed when sending messages, in the Name field. Once entered, click "Next Step."

  8. Select the option "Send through youraccountdomain.com SMTP servers and fill in the provided fields:

    • SMTP Server: Enter mail.youraccountdomain.com.

    • Username: Enter your full email address.

    • Password: Enter your case sensitive password.

    • Port: Select 587 from the dropdown menu.

    • When finished, click "Add account."

    {{yourDomain}}

  9. A verification code will be emailed to your address. Feel free to access the email by visiting webmail.tierra.net and using your entire email address as a username and it's password as the password. Paste in the verification code and click the "Verify" button.

  10. Congratulations! From here forward, you have the option to select which address to send from. Incoming messages will be delivered to your inbox.
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Instructions for Windows 8 on a Surface Tablet.

The Windows 8 Mail app doesn't support email accounts that use POP (Post Office Protocol).

  1. On Start, tap or click Mail.

  2. Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, and then tap Settings. (If you're using a mouse, point to the lower-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer up, and then click Settings.)

    Tap or click Accounts.

  3. Tap or click Add an account, and then click choose Other account.

  4. Tap or click IMAP, then tap or click Connect.

  5. Enter your information in the provided fields.

    • E-mail Address: Enter the email address you are configuring, in lower case.

    • Password: Enter your case sensitive password for your email address.

    • Tap or click Show more details.

  6. Enter the following information.

    • E-mail Address: Enter the email address you are configuring, in lower case.

    • Username: Enter the email address you are configuring, in lower case.

    • Password: Enter your case sensitive password for your email address.

    • Incoming (IMAP) email server: mail.youraccountdomain.com Port 143

    • Outgoing (SMTP) email server: mail.youraccountdomain.com Port 587

    • Check Outgoing server requires authentication.

    • Check Use the same username and password to send and recieve email.

    • Click or tap Connect.

    {{yourEmail}}
    {{yourDomain}}
    {{yourDomain}}
  7. Congratulations your email is set up properly.
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Instructions for the iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.

Here are the 2 mail protocols that we support. The instructions are defaulted to IMAP, if you prefer to use POP, please click the link below.

IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol):

This mail protocol directs email to be stored on the server. This allows any email enabled device (e.g. computers, smartphones and tablets) to act as a window into what the server has. If a message is read on one device, it ill be marked as read on the server and every other device will show the message as read. Deleting a message will work in the same way. Once a message is deleted on one device, it will be removed from the server, and will be deleted on all other devices. All emails will remain on the server until they are deleted, which will count against your plan's disk space allotment.


  1. Enter the settings section of the phone.

  2. Select "Mail, Contacts, Calendars".

  3. Select "Add Account".

  4. Select "Other".

  5. Select "Add Mail Account".

  6. Fill in the fields as follows

    • Enter your full name next to the field labeled "Name".

    • Enter your full email address {{yourEmail}} next to the field labeled "Email."

    • Enter your case sensitive password next to the field labeled "Password".

    • The Description is automatically entered once your email address is typed.


  7. Select IMAP and fill in the fields as follows:

    • Enter your full name next to the field labeled "Name".

    • Enter your full email address {{yourEmail}} next to the field labeled "Email".

    • The Description is automatically entered once your email address is typed.


  8. Fill the Incoming Mail Server fields as follows:

    • Enter mail.{{yourDomain}} next to the field labeled "Host Name".

    • Enter your entire email address {{yourEmail}} next to the field labeled "User Name".

    • The Description is automatically entered once your email address is typed.

    • Enter your case sensitive password next to the field labeled "Password".


    {{yourDomain}}

  9. Fill the Outgoing Mail Server fields as follows:

    • Enter mail.{{yourDomain}} next to the field labeled "Host Name".

    • Enter your entire email address {{yourEmail}} next to the field labeled "User Name".

    • Enter your case sensitive password next to the field labeled "Password."


    {{yourDomain}}

  10. Click "OK" if there are any authentication warnings, which deal with using email without an SSL Certificate.

    {{yourDomain}}
    {{yourEmail}}
    {{yourDomain}}
    {{yourEmail}}

  11. Congratulations your email is set up properly.
    Return to the top of the page


POP (Post Office Protocol):

This mail protocol directs email to be downloaded from the server and stored locally on the email enabled device (e.g. computers, smartphones and tablets). POP works well when accessing email from one point of contact as all the messages are stored locally. In doing so, messages are removed from the server which helps to clear billable disk space. However, any other device attempting to access the account will no longer be able to view the messages as they are removed from the server.


  1. Enter the settings section of the phone.

  2. Select "Mail, Contacts, Calendars".

  3. Select "Add Account".

  4. Select "Other".

  5. Select "Add Mail Account".

  6. Fill in the fields as follows

    • Enter your full name next to the field labeled "Name".

    • Enter your full email address {{yourEmail}} next to the field labeled "Email."

    • Enter your case sensitive password next to the field labeled "Password".

    • The Description is automatically entered once your email address is typed.


  7. Select POP and fill in the fields as follows:

    • Enter your full name next to the field labeled "Name".

    • Enter your full email address {{yourEmail}} next to the field labeled "Email".

    • The Description is automatically entered once your email address is typed.


  8. Fill the Incoming Mail Server fields as follows:

    • Enter {{yourDomain}} next to the field labeled "Host Name".

    • Enter your entire email address {{yourEmail}} next to the field labeled "User Name".

    • The Description is automatically entered once your email address is typed.

    • Enter your case sensitive password next to the field labeled "Password".


    {{yourDomain}}

  9. Fill the Outgoing Mail Server fields as follows:

    • Enter {{yourDomain}} next to the field labeled "Host Name".

    • Enter your entire email address {{yourEmail}} next to the field labeled "User Name".

    • Enter your case sensitive password next to the field labeled "Password".


    {{yourDomain}}

  10. Click "OK" if there are any authentication warnings, which deal with using email without an SSL Certificate.

    {{yourDomain}}
    {{yourEmail}}
    {{yourDomain}}
    {{yourEmail}}

  11. Congratulations your email is set up properly.
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Instructions for Android (Droid) phones.

IMAP instructions

  1. Open the Mail app. When creating a new mail account select Other (POP3/IMAP).

  2. Enter your email account details.

  3. Fill in the fields as follows

    • Enter your full email address {{yourEmail}} next to the field labeled "Email."

    • Enter your full name next to the field labeled "Name".

    • Enter your case sensitive password next to the field labeled "Password".

    • Enter mail.youraccountdomain.com next to the field labeled "IMAP Server".

    • Security Type: TLS

    • Server port: 143

    {{yourEmail}}
    {{yourDomain}}

  4. Fill in the fields as follows

    • Enter your full email address next to the field labeled "Username."

    • Enter your case sensitive password next to the field labeled "Password".

    • Enter mail.youraccountdomain.com next to the field labeled "SMTP Server".

    • Security Type: TLS

    • Server port: 587

    • Click Next.

    {{yourDomain}}
    587

  5. Congratulations your email is set up properly.
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Instructions for Windows Phone

  1. In the App list, tap Settings Settings icon, and then tap Email + accounts.

  2. Tap Add an account > Other account.

  3. Enter your email address and password, and then tap Sign in.

    If the settings aren't found, make sure both the email address and password are correct, and then tap Try again. If the settings still aren't found, tap Advanced, and continue with the next steps.

  4. Click advanced and choose Internet email. Enter in the following information.

    • Account Name: Enter the name you want for this email account, example "work".

    • Your Name: Enter your name, or the name you wish to be seen.

    • Incoming Mail Server: mail.youraccountdomain.com

    • Account Type: IMAP4

    • User Name: Enter the email address you are configuring, in lower case.

    • Password: Enter your case sensitive password for your email address.

    • Outgoing (SMTP) email server: mail.youraccountdomain.com

    • Click sign in.

    {{yourDomain}}
    {{yourEmail}}
    {{yourDomain}}

  5. Congratulations your email is set up properly.
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How to use the Gmail Web site to read e-mail.
  1. Click the gear in the top right corner and select Settings.

  2. Open the Accounts and Import tab.

  3. In the Check mail from other accounts (using POP3) section, click Add a POP3 mail account you own.

  4. Enter the full email address of the account you'd like to access, then click Next Step.

  5. Fill in the fields and click "Add Account.":

    • Username: Enter your full email address.

    • Password: Enter your case sensitive password.

    • Pop server: enter mail.youraccountdomain.com.

    • Port: Select 110 from the dropdown menu.

    {{yourDomain}}

  6. Select "Yes" if you wish to be able to send email from this address and click "Next Step."

  7. Enter your name, as you wish for it to be displayed when sending messages, in the Name field. Once entered, click "Next Step."

  8. Select the option "Send through youraccountdomain.com SMTP servers and fill in the provided fields:

    • SMTP Server: Enter mail.youraccountdomain.com.

    • Username: Enter your full email address.

    • Password: Enter your case sensitive password.

    • Port: Select 587 from the dropdown menu.

    • When finished, click "Add account."

    {{yourDomain}}

  9. A verification code will be emailed to your address. Feel free to access the email by visiting webmail.tierra.net and using your entire email address as a username and it's password as the password. Paste in the verification code and click the "Verify" button.

  10. Congratulations! From here forward, you have the option to select which address to send from. Incoming messages will be delivered to your inbox.
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