Email on Other Mail Clients

While we can create guides for the most common mail clients in use today, it would be impossible to create one for every mail client available. Luckily, with most mail clients, while the process may be different, the settings are the same. Using the mail client’s help section and this guide, you should be able to set up your email on other mail clients.

Email settings

As mentioned above, there are only a few settings that you should need to setup your email on other mail clients. While we can’t help you find where to enter these settings on all clients (we have guides for the most popular clients here), you should be able to get assistance from the mail client developer.

The mail client settings are the same, regardless of what mail client you are using. The only thing that changes is the incoming port number, as it is dependent on which protocol us decide on (POP3 or IMAP). You can find more information on the differences between the two protocols here.

Incoming email settings
Username Your full email address
Password Your email address
Host/Server mail.domain.tld (replace domain.tld with your domain)
Account Type POP (email stored locally) or IMAP (email synced with server)
Port (POP) 993
Port (IMAP) 995
Security Type/Encryption SSL or SSL/TLS
Outgoing email settings
Username Your full email address
Password Your email address
Host/Server mail.domain.tld (replace domain.tld with your domain)
Port (IMAP) 465
Security Type/Encryption SSL or SSL/TLS
Outgoing mail requires authentication

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