Email Settings: POP3, IMAP, and SMTP Servers is the largest webmail provider in Russia and the world's fifth-largest on the European continent. To get the most out of this provider, you will need to understand the various email settings, which this article will cover. SMTP Settings, which has over 100 million active email accounts and 400 million total mailboxes, has SMTP compatibility, allowing users to access their emails from any desktop or mobile device.

Below are the SMTP settings:

Option Description
SMTP Host:
SMTP Port: 465 SSL/TLS
SMTP Username: Your full email address (
SMTP Password: Password generated for external applications (do not enter your password) Email Receiving Settings

Apart from SMTP, also supports POP3 and IMAP, allowing you to check your messages using other email programs, even when you are offline.

Here are the POP3 settings and the IMAP settings. POP3 settings

Option Description
POP3 Host:
POP3 Port: 995
Requires SSL: Yes
POP3 Username: Your full email address (
POP3 Password: Password generated for external applications (do not enter your password) IMAP settings

Option Description
IMAP Host:
IMAP Port: 993
Requires SSL: Yes
IMAP Username: Your full email address (
IMAP Password: Password generated for external applications (do not enter your password)

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Key Points to Remember for

First, you must specify that the outgoing mail server (SMTP) requires authorization in the email program's settings.

Create a password for the external application and input it instead of your password to access your account through the email program.

Here is how to create a password for an external application:

  1. Go to Mail ID settings → Security → and Passwords for External Applications.
  2. Select Add from the drop-down menu.
  3. To give the password a title, type the application's name.
  4. Make a copy of the code.
  5. Rather than your usual password, enter a new password into the email software.

💡 Tip: If your email software requires a password each time you log in, use that external application password rather than your password. Although you can use one password for many email programs, you should create a new password each time for security reasons.

POP3 vs. IMAP: What’s The Difference

When setting up an email address in an email client, you must decide whether you wish to use POP3 or IMAP. Both are methods of connecting to the mail server to read your messages using an email client. But here is how they are different:

Finally, if you will be accessing your email from several devices, IMAP is the way to go. If you only have one device and a high amount of messages, POP3 is the way to go. IMAP is more likely to meet the demands of the majority of organizations.

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