|SERVER UPDATE NOTICE!
All client domains have been moved/upgraded to new, more powerful servers. These new hosting machines feature far more storage space, much faster delivery (from twin Pentium Zeon® processors) and many other benefits including enhanced security systems.
Server security requires that your password contain a minimum of 8 characters including at least one uppercase letter and one number in the sequence. Furthermore, in order to send mail, you must adjust the settings of your personal e-mail client to "authenticate" the Outgoing Server using the methods outlined below.
|**If you are using MS Outlook or Outlook Express, go to your mail settings (where your incoming (POP3) and outgoing (SMTP) settings are) => find and check the box that says "My outgoing server requires authentication" => then locate and select the button that says "Use same settings as my incoming server"
Client Configuration Instructions
Select the email client program you use from the list below. If you do not see your specific client program, use the generic instructions below for configuration.
Generic Configuration Instructions
Configuring email settings may be different from program to program, but all e-mail programs require the same basic pieces of information. Here we list the different items required by most e-mail programs, and the proper way to configure them. If you have difficulty figuring out how to configure your particular client program, please consult the documentation that came with that program, or contact the software manufacturer.
There are a few different methods (also known as protocols) for checking email. POP (Post Office Protocol) is the most commonly used method, particulary when using an e-mail client.
This is often listed as POP account or IMAP Account, return address, or reply address, and some programs may request this more than once. In every case, however, this is simply your username at your host domain (for example, username@YOUR-DOMAIN.NAME.)
Also often called POP ID or Account Name, this is your username.
This is the password associated with your username. Some programs do not ask for the password until you check your mail.
Incoming Mail Server
There are a number of different ways this may be phrased, but it is referring to the domain name where your mail is stored. Your mail is stored on your Server, so you should enter your Host domain name
Outgoing SMTP Server
This may also be expressed differently, but it is asking for the domain name of your SMTP server, or the server you use to send email. This should be your Host domain name. Your SMTP server should be set to allow SMTP-Auth