Post Office Protocol (POP) can be used with any email plan. It has limitations when trying to access your email from multiple devices, but any email service will support POP.
Read more about the difference between IMAP and POP.
- You need to know your POP or IMAP server address and available ports. To find them, go to the
- Open your chosen email client, and create a new account.
- Locate the POP settings area.
- Enter the following:
Field Enter Username Your full email address Password Your email account password Incoming POP3 Mail Server pop.secureserver.net Incoming IMAP Mail Server imap.secureserver.net Outgoing Mail Server smtpout.secureserver.net Outgoing Port Outgoing Server Settings Port
Without SSL – One of the following: 80, 3535.
With SSL – 465 (Optional) This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL) Select to enable.
Incoming Port Incoming Server Settings Port
POP without SSL – 110
For POP with SSL – 995
IMAP Without SSL – 143.
IMAP with SSL – 993.
Note: These are generic instructions, and may differ, depending on which client you are using. Please contact Coppinwebs.com for specific client instructions. .
Your email client may require password authentication for your Outgoing Mail Server. If so, you must have the server log on, and enter your full email address and password in the Outgoing Mail Server settings area.