Setting up Mail.com? Here Are the SMTP Settings You Need

Use these SMTP setting to send Mail.com message from another provider

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The Mail.com SMTP server settings are needed to send email from a Mail.com account through a different email provider. The settings are the same for any email client you use with Mail.com. If you want to collect or manage your Mail.com email from a different email client, you have to enter all the right information into the client.

The Mail.com SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) servers are different from the SMTP servers of other email providers.

Each provider has unique settings.

SMTP servers are only used for outgoing mail. The incoming Mail.com server settings are either POP3 or IMAP. You'll need those too.

Mail.com Default SMTP Settings

When you get to the screen that asks for your Mail.com SMTP information, use the following settings:

  • Mail.com SMTP server address: smtp.mail.com
  • Mail.com SMTP username: Your full Mail.com email address (example@mail.com)
  • Mail.com SMTP password: Your Mail.com password
  • Mail.com SMTP: port: 587 (alternatives: 465 and 25)
  • Mail.com SMTP TLS/SSL required: yes (no can be used as an alternative)

Mail.com's Default POP3 and IMAP Settings

Incoming mail that you receive from other people can only be downloaded to your email client if you're using the right Mail.com POP3 or IMAP server settings. To download mail from your Mail.com account to your email program, use the correct POP3 or IMAP server settings for Mail.com.

Mail.com POP3 Server Settings

  • Mail.com POP server address: pop.mail.com
  • Mail.com POP username: Your full Mail.com email address (example@mail.com)
  • Mail.com POP password: Your Mail.com password
  • Mail.com POP port: 995 (alternative: 110)
  • Mail.com POP TLS/SSL required: yes (no, if you use port 110)

Mail.com IMAP Settings

  • Mail.com IMAP server address: imap.mail.com
  • Mail.com IMAP username: Your full Mail.com email address (example@mail.com)
  • Mail.com IMAP password: Your Mail.com password
  • Mail.com IMAP port: 993 (alternative: 143)
  • Mail.com IMAP TLS/SSL required: yes (no, if you use port 143)
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