Virtual Domain Standard Email Settings

 

Use your Virtual Domain’s standard email settings for your home desktop(s) and/or laptop(s) to receive and send email using your Virtual Domain’s email address.

Email clients may include, but is not limited too the following:

  • Outlook, Outlook Express
  • Windows Live Mail
  • Thunderbird (recommended by author)
  • etc…

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Incoming Server Settings:

• Email Server Name: pop3.yourDomainNameHere.tld — (example: pop3.nckcn.com)

Side note: “.tld” stands for Top Level Domain and is not an actual extension. Actual extensions include, but are not limited to: “.com”, “.net”, “.org”, etc… For a full list of .tld’s, click HERE

• Email Port: 110

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Outgoing Server Settings:

• Email Server Name: smtp.yourDomainNameHere.tld — (example: smtp.nckcn.com)

Side note: “.tld” stands for Top Level Domain and is not an actual extension. Actual extensions include, but are not limited to: “.com”, “.net”, “.org”, etc… For a full list of .tld’s, click HERE

• Email Port: 25

• Ensure authentication is off

• Ensure SSL is off

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Michael Draemel is the Internet Application Technology Coordinator (IATC) for NCKCN. For more information about Michael, visit: Michael's Profile page.