Here Are the Mail.com POP3 Settings

Use these settings to set up Mail.com in a separate email application

An illustration of a person inputting the Mail.com POP3 Server settings in an email form/

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If you use Outlook or another email application, set it up to manage multiple email addresses. When you do, point Outlook to the right place to retrieve and send your messages for each account. You'll input various settings during this process, including Post Office Protocol (POP) settings. POP (also known as POP3 to include the current version number) is a standard mail protocol that receives emails. It also downloads email messages to your computer so you can read them later.

To send mail through your Mail.com account, use the Mail.com SMTP server settings.

Mail.com POP3 Server Settings

Here are the Mail.com POP3 server settings to download mail to any email program:

  • Mail.com POP server address: pop.mail.com
  • Mail.com POP user name: Your full Mail.com email address (for example, "person@mail.com")
  • Mail.com POP password: Your Mail.com password
  • Mail.com POP port: 995 (alternative: 110)
  • Mail.com POP TLS/SSL required: yes (For port 110: no)