Setting up email on your Mac, PC or mobile device

Please use the following settings when setting up an email account on your device.

Incoming Mail Settings

Username: Your full email address (ie. bob@bobswidgets.com.au)

Password: The password you setup when creating the account

Inbound Server: mail.exampledomain.com.au (replace exampledomain.com.au with your domain name - ie. mail.bobswidgets.com.au)

IMAP Ports - 143 (no SSL) or 993 (SSL)

POP Ports - 110 (no SSL) or 995 (SSL)

Outgoing Mail Settings

Outgoing Server: In some cases it is best to your your ISP's settings for outbound (ie. mail.bigpond.com - or click here for more)

You may also use the same setting as your incoming mail server (ie. mail.exampledomain.com.au)

SMTP Ports - 587 (no SSL) or 465 (SSL)

Note: Also make sure that Authentication is turned on for outbound mail and you use the same username and password as the incoming settings.

Username: Your full email address (ie. bob@bobswidgets.com.au)

Password: The password you setup when creating the account

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