Basic settings for configuring your email account

  1. Email Address: Your full email address (e.g.,

  2. Username: Generally, your full email address serves as your username.

  3. Password: The password associated with your email account.

  4. Incoming Mail Server (IMAP/POP3):

    • IMAP Server:
      • Port: 993 (SSL/TLS)
      • Port: 143 (non-SSL)
    • POP3 Server:
      • Port: 995 (SSL/TLS)
      • Port: 110 (non-SSL)
  5. Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP):

    • SMTP Server:
      • Port: 587 (STARTTLS)
      • Port: 465 (SSL/TLS)
      • Port: 25 (non-SSL, though often blocked)
  6. Authentication: Use the same username and password for both incoming and outgoing servers.

  7. Security Type: SSL/TLS encryption is recommended for secure communication.

  8. Server Authentication: Some email clients may require server authentication. Use the same settings as incoming and outgoing mail servers.

  9. Domain Settings: Ensure correct domain settings, including MX records, and CNAME records. You can find the list of basic DNS required for the service here.

  10. Additional Features: Depending on your email client, you may have additional features like calendar and contact synchronization. Configure these settings as needed.

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