If you are using an application other than Outlook Express, Thunderbird, or Webmail, the following basic information should help you configure your e-mail.
Incoming (POP/IMAP) Mail Server: yourdomain.com (replace with your domain)
By default your e-mail is configured to use POP3 as the incoming mail server, but if you have installed IMAP Server, you will need to choose IMAP as your incoming mail server.
Outgoing (SMTP) Mail Server: yourdomain.com (replace with your domain)
In some cases, Internet Service providers will require you to use a custom outgoing mail server so that they can monitor and control spam. Simply contact your internet service provider to find out if you need to use a custom outgoing mail server.
You may also wish to Install Sendmail on an Alternate Port if you are having problems with your internet service providers outgoing mail server.
Other Outgoing Mail Settings: Please ensure that your outgoing mail server is set to authenticate with the same username and password as the incoming mail server.
Your ISP (Internet Service Provider) may require that you use THEIR Outgoing (SMTP) Mail Server instead of the one listed above. If you have problems SENDING mail, this may be the cause.
Before you start to use your new e-mail account, complete the following steps: