There are many client e-mail applications available, such as Thunderbird, Outlook, Eudora, and Mac OS X Mail. Some of these applications can configure e-mail accounts automatically based on the account authentication information that you provide. In some cases, however, you must manually configure the account.
The exact steps to set up an e-mail account differ depending on the application that you are using, but the information required is the same. In all cases, you must set up a way to access incoming e-mail (using POP3 or IMAP), and a way to send outgoing mail (using SMTP).
To configure an e-mail client for POP3 or IMAP access to an Heaven Hoster server, use the following information:
You must configure the e-mail client to use an SMTP server, or else you will be unable to send outgoing messages. Although you must use an Heaven Hoster POP3 or IMAP server to access your messages, you are not obligated to use an Heaven Hoster SMTP server to send messages. For example, using your ISP’s SMTP server may be faster because it is located on the same network as your computer.
To configure an e-mail client to send messages through an Heaven Hoster SMTP server, use the following information:
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