Email, Messaging, & Video Calls Email What Were the MobileMe Mail and Me.com IMAP Settings? Mac.com and MobileMe are now iCloud by Heinz Tschabitscher Writer A former freelance contributor who has reviewed hundreds of email programs and services since 1997. our editorial process Heinz Tschabitscher Updated on February 13, 2019 Nick White/Cultura/Getty Images Email Yahoo! Mail Gmail Tweet Share Email MobileMe and the mac.com domain were transitioned and replaced by iCloud, and their services ceased as of June 30, 2012. If you had a working @mac.com email address as of July 9, 2008, kept your MobileMe account active and moved to iCloud before August 1, 2012, you can use @icloud.com, @me.com, and @mac.com email addresses with your iCloud account. What Were the MobileMe Mail Me.com IMAP Settings The MobileMe IMAP server settings for accessing your @me.com, MobileMe Mail messages, and folders in any email program were: MobileMe Mail Me.com IMAP server address: mail.me.comMobileMe Mail Me.com IMAP user name: Your MobileMe Mail username, which is the portion that precedes "@me.com" in your MobileMe Mail address. If your MobileMe Mail email address is email@example.com, the username is example.MobileMe Mail Me.com IMAP password: Your MobileMe Mail passwordMobileMe Mail Me.com IMAP port: 993MobileMe Mail Me.com IMAP TLS/SSL required: yes MobileMe Mail Me.com POP access was a simple and reliable alternative to IMAP access. Sending MobileMe Mail To send mail through your MobileMe Mail account from any email program, use these settings: MobileMe Mail Me.com SMTP server address: smtp.me.comMobileMe Mail Me.com SMTP username: Your MobileMe Mail username, which is the portion that precedes "@me.com" in your MobileMe Mail addressMobileMe Mail Me.com SMTP password: Your MobileMe Mail passwordMobileMe Mail Me.com SMTP port: 587MobileMe Mail Me.com SMTP TLS/SSL required: yes iCloud IMAP Settings Anyone with an Apple ID has an iCloud account for use with a Mac or iOS account. ICloud accounts come with 5GB of free online storage. To set up your iCloud account, use the iCloud IMAP and SMTP settings.