Mail.com SMTP Settings for Sending Mail

You Need These SMTP Servers to Send Mail.com Messages

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The Mail.com SMTP server settings are what's needed to send email from a Mail.com account. It's the same for any email client you use with Mail.com

However, the Mail.com SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) servers are not the same as the servers used with other email providers.

Note: Remember that these settings are only used for outgoing mail. The incoming Mail.com servers are called POP3 and IMAP.

There's more information on that at the bottom of this page.

Mail.com Default SMTP Settings

  • Mail.com SMTP server address: smtp.mail.com
  • Mail.com SMTP username: Your full Mail.com email address (e.g. 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 into 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, see the POP3 and IMAP server settings for Mail.com.