FAQs

EMAIL: How do i set up my FREE email on an iPhone and iPad?

Unfortunately we do not offer support with 3rd party software and hardware however we will of course try to help where we can! We recommend you follow Apples user guide which can be found online. Please ensure you are using the latest version software. Also, make sure to enter all fields including those which say “optional”.

EMAIL: How do i add my FREE email to Apple Mail?

Unfortunately we do not offer support with 3rd party software however we will of course try to help where we can! We recommend you start by checking Apples online procedures. Please ensure you are using the latest version software. More Apple Mail help topics can be found online.

EMAIL: How can i access my FREE email online?

We offer a full online web based email service to which you can access with your username and password. Your username and password will be provided by email then simply go to http://yourdomainname.com/webmail

EMAIL: Adding your FREE POP, IMAP email account to Outlook using our server settings

Unfortunately we do not offer support with 3rd party software however we will of course try to help where we can! We recommend checking out and following Microsoft’s user guide to their software by clicking here. Please ensure you are using the latest version software.

EMAIL: What are my FREE related email server settings?

Please find our Server settings for Non SSL as below:

  • Username: Your Email Address
  • Password: You will be supplied by email
  • Incoming Server:
    • Hostname: mail.”yourdomainname.co.uk”
    • IMAP Port:143
    • POP3 Port:110
  • Outgoing Server:
    • Hostname: mail.”yourdomainname.co.uk”
    • SMTP Port:25

Notes:

  • “youdomainname.co.uk” is your website URL address.
  • Authentication is required for IMAP, POP3, and SMTP.
  • IMAP email access coordinates between the server and your mail application. Messages that you have read, deleted, or replied to will show up as such, both on the server and in the mail application.
  • POP3 does not coordinate with the server. Messages that the mail application marks as read, deleted, or replied to will not show up as such on the server. This means that future mail downloads with POP3 will show all messages as unread.
  • The system uses SMTP to send outgoing mail.