Email Settings

by nwebb
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Customers of Network Solutions, LLC. at, these are NOT your settings!

Basic Email Settings

Incoming mail server is an IMAP server.

Incoming mail server name:
Incoming mail server port: 143 using STARTTLS
Outgoing mail server name:
Outgoing server requires authentication.
Outgoing mail server port: 587  using STARTTLS
User name or account name is entire email address (e.g. instead of just support)

iPhone/iOS Users Please Note: Apple lists the outgoing server username and password as Optional, but they are NOT optional and must be filled out with the same information as the incoming server.

Our web-based email interface can be found on our home page or by going to

The web-based interface will allow you to choose one of two webmail clients (Tuxedo or Webmail Lite).  It will also allow you to change your email settings such as whitelists, blacklists, autoresponders, and password changes.


Additional Email Settings
Our email servers also handle POP if you prefer. Here are those settings:
Incoming mail server name:
Incoming mail server port: 110 using STARTTLS

Our email servers support SSL and TLS on POP3, IMAP, and SMTP.

If you prefer SSL, we support that protocol on POP3, IMAP, and SMTP.  You should use port 995 for POP3 with SSL, port 993 for IMAP, and port 465 for SMTP.

Some email clients may have SSL/TLS as an option rather than STARTTLS.  If that is the case, use the SSL ports above.


Click this link for detailed spam filtering instructions including personal server-side whitelisting and blacklisting.