You can always use Web-Based Email to send and receive email
messages. Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) lets you
access email stored on a mail server from multiple computers and
devices. This enables you to access your email messages and
files without transferring them between computers. You set up
IMAP on the computer(s) from which you want to access email from
NOTE: To use IMAP email,
you must have an email plan that supports IMAP.
You need the names of your incoming and outgoing servers to set
up email with a client. Web-Based Email contains this information.
- Log in to Web-Based Email using "Web Mail" button on
left-side of page.
- From the Help menu, select Email
- Make a note of your incoming and outgoing server
- Continue with the procedures outlined below to set up your
To Set Up IMAP for Your Email Account
- Create an account with your email client.
- In the client for which you want to configure IMAP, locate
the IMAP settings and enter the following:
- Your full email address
- Your email account password
- Incoming Mail Server
- Your incoming IMAP server.
- Outgoing Mail Server
- Your outgoing SMTP server.
- Incoming Port
- Without SSL - 143
With SSL - 993
- Outgoing Port
- Without SSL - one of the following: 25, 80, 3535
With SSL - 465
NOTE: Your email client
may require password authentication for your Outgoing Mail Server.
Setting Up Your IMAP or POP Address in Microsoft Outlook 2007
Setting Up Your IMAP or POP Address in Microsoft Outlook Express
Setting Up Your IMAP or POP Address in Microsoft Entourage
Setting Up Your IMAP or POP Address in Windows (Vista) Mail
Setting Up Your IMAP or POP Address in Apple Mail
Setting Up Your IMAP or POP Address in Thunderbird Mail
You can also refer to the provider's help documentation:
NOTE: As a courtesy, we
provide information about how to use certain third-party products, but we do not
endorse or directly support third-party products and we are not responsible for
the functions or reliability of such products.