|Incoming (POP or IMAP) mail server settings|
|Account type|| POP
|Select either POP or IMAP
If you use IMAP your emails remain on the server but you could reach your email account limit of 400mb at which point you will stop receiveing emails until you have cleared some space
|Description||Used to title your inbox in Mail. Such as "Work email"|
|Incoming mail server hostname||mail.[yourdomain]|
|Password||As set in the control panel|
|Incoming server port number||110 or 143|| For a POP email account use 110
For an IMAP email account use 143
|Incoming server authentication method|| Password
|Does your incoming mail server support SSL?|| Yes
|Outgoing SMTP mail server settings|
|Outgoing Mail Server||mail.[yourdomain]|
|Outgoing server port|| 25
|Use either port 25 or port 587|
|Does your outgoing mail server support SSL?|| Yes
|Outgoing server authentication type|| Password
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