Monday, December 11, 2017     Login


Questions?  Call:
1-888-215-0601
or
1-407-656-9955


dnn_benefactor_gold_130x49_border.gif

aspnet.gif

aspnetajax.jpg

VisaLogo.jpg
mastercard.jpg



 Guaranteed Host
Web Hosting

 
Official PayPal Seal

Connecting your email client Minimize

This lesson will give you the information that you need to setup of your email account.  It will not give you specific instructions for your particular browser.  I recommend that you read the documentation for your email client to see how to setup the specific configuration options.

One of the first things you'll need to know to setup your email account is the mail server address.  The mail server address his mail followed by a dot followed by your domain name.  For example, if your domain is mydomain.com, your mail server name will be mail.mydomain.com.  You'll need to enter this for both the POP3 and SMTP servers.

The other piece of information that your mail client will probably ask for is your username this is your full email address.  For example, if your domain name is mydomain.com and your email address is john@mydomain.com, then the username that you should enter is john@mydomain.com.

You obviously need to enter your password for your POP3, but you also need to add your password for your SMTP server.  Our mail servers use what is called SMTP authentication.

It is pretty common for ISPs to block port 25.  Port 25 is the port that is used to send email.  If you find that your having trouble sending e-mail, there are two things that you can do.  First, you could just use of your ISP's email server to send email.  To do this, just copied your SMTP settings from the email account you are using for your ISP to the email account that you setup to get e-mail from your domain.  If you have the option, this will benefit you in that you'll be able to send email faster.  Your other option, is change the port that mail is sent on.  If you use this option you want to change a port number to port 587.

If you follow these directions carefully, you should have no trouble setting up your email client.

 Print   
See Also Minimize
 Print   

Windows Web Hosting
ASP.NET Web Hosting
Setting Up Email

Copyright 2007 by DMB Consulting, LLC   |  Privacy Statement  |  Terms Of Use     Skin designed by   Alldnnskins.com