Email Settings: POP3, IMAP, and SMTP Servers

A dependable, convenient, and secure email service is crucial in today's highly competitive world, which is where comes in. It is a platform that offers free and premium email addresses for use on its website, which is available from any web browser. This article will explore email server settings to exploit the benefits that this provider offers. SMTP Settings

To synchronize your account with an external email client, you must provide that server "instructions" in the form of Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) server settings on how to retrieve your emails.

Following that, these are the SMTP email settings for

Option Description
SMTP Host:
SMTP Port for SSL/TLS: 465
SMTP Port for STARTTLS, TLS, or encryption: 587
SMTP Username: Your full email address (
SMTP Password: Your email account password Email Receiving Settings

You can import messages from another mailbox into your mailbox and manage your emails there.

Following that, here are the settings for receiving emails, including POP3 and IMAP servers: POP3 settings

Option Description
POP3 Host:
POP3 Port: 995
Requires SSL: SSL or encryption
POP3 Username: Your full email address (
POP3 Password: Your email account password IMAP settings

Option Description
IMAP Host:
IMAP Port: 993
Requires SSL: SSL or encryption
IMAP Username: Your full email address (
IMAP Password: Your email account password

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Key Points to Remember for

💡 Note: POP3 settings are only available to Premium customers.

To access external email applications via POP3/IMAP or integrate your calendar/address book (using CalDav or CardDav) in external software, you can set application-specific passwords.

Moreover, you must enable two-factor authentication to use application-specific passwords.

POP3 vs. IMAP: What’s The Difference

Both POP3 and IMAP are MAA (Message Accessing Agent) protocols used to retrieve messages from the mail server and deliver them to the recipient's system.

Here are some of the most notable differences between POP3 and IMAP:

Spam and virus filters are aware of both of these methods. IMAP is, in the end, more versatile and complex than POP3.

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