Alternate Mail Server

POP (the older Post Office Protocol) mail is provided by server These are the parameters to use for your email client. Encrypted connections to the server are not supported.

Incoming host name:

Outgoing Host name:

POP port: 110

Outgoing SMTP port: 587

Connection Security:None

Authentication: Encrypted password

Account Name:


The email client interface may break that string up into two pieces. The user name would be for example:

The server itself would be:

Web Mail

A web mail interface is available.  Any web browser that supports current secure web site connections can use the webmail interface. This webmail interface is for use with server IMAP email accounts. Webmail can be used independently from a PC or smartphone or iPad based email client application using the IMAP protocol. Multiple devices using IMAP can access the same email account. Mail is stored on the server until it is deleted. Please delete old emails if they are no longer required.

The URL is:

Login to webmail with your email account and password:

Email Client information

Our company supports more than one type of Email software platform.  Our newest platform was upgraded to improve it’s security and spam prevention. This particular server was previously identified as either of two hostnames — or  Unfortunately, to accomplish the security improvements, the hostname must now be specified as only and plain text password logins are no longer allowed.  In general, if the email client settings are changed to allow TLS or SSL, and password authentication is selected, all other parameters should stay the same if the email account was working prior to the server upgrade.  The mail server supports both POP and IMAP protocols.  Below are some screen shots showing typical settings for some email clients.

Outlook Email client – POP setup

Note that SPA should not be checked

For outgoing mail to be sent, The Outgoing Server tab should have the requires authentication checkbox checked,  The Log On using: account name and password should be filled out.

Thunderbird – IMAP example

Outgoing mail should have these settings – with your user name specified (Postmaster is an example).


The same guidelines will work with the Apple Mail application.  Additionally the below IMAP settings will play:

Apple IOS – iPhone and iPad

Below are some typical incoming mail settings.  Use Settings:Mail:Accounts to get to this area. If you are setting the account up for the first time, Select Add Account:Other:Add Mail Account. The interface will ask for the email address and password. At the next page(s), use the Host name illustrated below.

The outgoing server settings should show the following:

Your email account or user name string should be then entered, followed by:

To summarize:

Server hostname for incoming and outgoing

The ports available on the mail server:

Protocol – Security Setting -Port Number(s) 
POP3 (receiving mail) – Encrypted SSL – 995 
POP3 (receiving mail)- Unencrypted – 110 
IMAP (receiving mail) – Encrypted TLS – 993 
IMAP (receiving mail) – Encrypted SSL – 993
SMTP (sending mail) – Encrypted SSL – 587