Incoming/Outgoing Mail Server Settings

This article is intended to help those that have a webhosting service established with FernGullyGraphics and are looking to set-up email through our web hosting service. 

For standard Non-SSL settings (pop3 and Imap), the following Incoming/Outgoing mail server settings will apply:


Incoming Mail Server: mail.yourdomainname.com

Outgoing Mail Server: mail.yourdomainname.com

Username: For the username, use the email address you are setting up (ex: email@yourdomainname.com)

Password: use the password you have set-up for your email account

Incoming Port for POP address: 110

Incoming Port for Imap: 143

Outgoing Port for Pop address:
26

Outgoing Port for Imap: 465


For standard SSL settings (pop3 and Imap) you will want to use the folliwing settings:

 

Incoming Mail Server: use the server hostname you are hosted on (ex: servername.ferngullygraphics.com). This information can be found in your welcome email. 

Outgoing Mail Server: use the server hostname you are hosted on (ex: servername.ferngullygraphics.com). This information can be found in your welcome email. 

Username: For the username, use the email address you are setting up (ex: email@yourdomainname.com)

Password: use the password you have set-up for your email account

Incoming Port for POP address: 995

Incoming Port for Imap: 993

Outgoing Port for Pop address: 
465

Outgoing Port for Imap: 465


If you need additional assistance please do not hesitate to contact us at your convienence via our help desk here

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