Common Email Settings

For any email client software, such like Outlook 2003/2007, TheBat!, Thunderbird, Eudora, Windows Live Mail, etc., you can use the settings below:

POP3 (Incoming) Mail Server  (port 110): or Server.IP.address
SMTP (Outgoing) Mail Server (port 25 or 26): or  Server.IP.address
Login:  (you can use '+' and '@' in your login)

Our SMTP server requires authentication for sending mail.

Please note that some ISPs block SMTP port 25. In this case please use alternative 26 port for SMTP mail server.

Also you always can use Webmail

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