Here Are the SMTP Settings You Need to Set up

Use them to send messages from another provider offers free and premium email addresses for use at its website, which is accessible from any web browser. In addition to email, the site includes a news portal. While the site is functional, you may prefer to access your emails using a separate client such as Outlook. To synchronize your account with an outside email server, you must give that server "instructions" for how to retrieve your emails in the form of Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) server settings. The settings are the same for any email provider you use with

SMTP servers are only used for outgoing mail, so you'll also need POP3 or IMAP settings for incoming mail.

Default SMTP Settings for

An illustration of a person inputting the SMTP Server settings in an email form/

As you set up an email client to synchronize with your account, you'll get to a screen that asks for your SMTP information. Use the following settings:

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

Default POP3 and IMAP Settings for

Incoming mail can only be downloaded to your email client if you're using the right POP3 or IMAP server settings. To download mail, use the correct POP3 or IMAP server settings for during setup.

You'll probably want to use IMAP settings, but review the differences between IMAP and POP3 before making up your mind.

The POP3 server settings are as follows:

  • POP server address:
  • POP username: Your full email address (
  • POP password: Your password
  • POP port: 995 (alternative: 110)
  • POP TLS/SSL required: yes (no if you use port 110)

The IMAP settings are as follows:

  • IMAP server address:
  • IMAP username: Your full email address (
  • IMAP password: Your password
  • IMAP port: 993 (alternative: 143)
  • IMAP TLS/SSL required: yes (no if you use port 143)

After you enter all the necessary settings, you'll be able to send and receive messages using your preferred email client, and manage your inbox and other folders.

After setup, you can continue to use all the features available at the website interface in a browser as well.

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