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Common Mail Servers and Ports

 mail servers & ports  

 

Common Mail Servers & Ports

In order to access your email via the internet you need to know the server name and port. 

If you are unsure of your email server or username and use a client such as Microsoft Outlook Express or Netscape for email you can check your server information by searching for "SMTP Server" under the help menu.

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Note: In the old days all email server's were left "open" basically allowing anyone to transmit email though them.  As spam has become more of an issues, most companies have begun to "close" their email servers.  When a server is closed it will only allow select people to send email by requiring a password.  For instance only registered users of EarthLink can send email through EarthLink's servers.  If you are having trouble sending email from your phone please check with your ISP to see if they require "SMTP Authentication,"  if so you will need to enter your email username and password under the SMTP Authentication window during setup. 
 
Cingular/ATT Wireless SMTP Server

CWMX.com

SMTP PORT: 25
To avoid headaches Cingular/ATT has provided an SMTP server to transmit outgoing emails from your phone.  This server will only accept e-mail's from a Cingular phone and does not require user authentication.  You can use this outgoing server for most email clients which come pre-installed on a Cingular/ATT Phone.
   
Verizon Wireless SMTP Server
VZWMAIL.com SMTP PORT: 25
Verizon Wireless has also provided an outgoing server (vzmail.net) However, you must register with vtext.com first and then follow these instructions:
  1. Set up an account with vtext.com and establish a username and password for the website.
  2. Select Advanced options for SMTP
  3. Select SMTP Authentication
  4. Under username enter yourphonenumber@vzwmail.net
  5. Under password enter your password for vtext.com

Common Mail Servers and Ports

ADELPHIA

 

POP3: mail.adelphia.net

SMTP: mail.adelphia.net

POP3 PORT: 25

SMTP PORT: 110

 

AT&T (Before the YahooDSL Merge)

POP3: postoffice.worldnet.att.net

SMTP: mailhost.worldnet.att.net

POP3 PORT: 25

SMTP PORT: 110

 

AOL

MUST BE AN AOL MEMBER

IMAP: imap.aol.com

SMTP: smtp.aol.com

IMAP PORT: 143

SMTP PORT: 587

Notes:

  1. Recommend  using Cingular's SMTP Server

  2. Must Normalize Logon Name (Remove any spaces from logon name, "John Doe" becomes "JohnDoe")

 

BELL SOUTH

 

POP3: mail.bellsouth.net

SMTP: mail.bellsouth.net

POP3 PORT: 25

SMTP PORT: 110

 

COMCAST

 

POP3: mail.comcast.net

SMTP: smtp.comcast.net

POP3 PORT: 25

SMTP PORT: 110

 

COMPUSERVE

 

POP3: pop.compuserve.com

SMTP: smtp.compuserve.com

POP3 PORT: 25

SMTP PORT: 110

 
 
COX - California Or Click Here For More

POP3: pop.west.cox.net

SMTP: smtp.west.cox.net

POP3 PORT: 110

SMTP PORT: 25

 
EarthLink  

POP3: pop.earthlink.net

SMTP: smtpauth.earthlink.net

POP3 PORT: 110

SMTP PORT: 25 (w/ password)

 

Free Serve

POP3: pop.freeserve.com

SMTP: Cingular or Verizon

POP3 PORT: 110

SMTP PORT: 25

 

GOOGLE - Gmail

 
POP3: pop.gmail.com SMTP: smtp.gmail.com

POP3 PORT: 995(SSL ENABLE)

IMAP PORT: 993(SSL ENABLE)

SMTP PORT: 465 (SSL ENABLE)

Be sure to turn on POP access in Google.  See Step By Step  for Outlook for advice.

 
Hotmail / Windows Live
Hotmail uses the HTTP protocol for connecting you to your mailbox. If you want to send and receive Hotmail emails using an email client software, then your software must support Hotmail HTTP access for your email account.  Clients, such as Outlook Express or Microsoft Outlook, offer support for Hotmail accounts, so you only have to select HTTP when you are asked to select your email account type and select Hotmail as the HTTP Mail Service Provider. Typically you can access your Hotmail account through the WAP or HTTP browser on your phone.  You may want to sign up for a G-Mail or FreeServe Account to access mail via the POP client from your phone.
 
Lycos  
POP3: pop.mail.lycos.com SMTP: smtp.mail.lycos.com
POP3 PORT: 110 SMTP PORT: 25
 
Mail.com  
POP3: pop1.mail.com SMTP: Cingular or Verizon
POP3 PORT: 110 SMTP PORT: 25
 
MSN - See Hotmail
 
Netscape
POP3:pop.3.isp.netscape.com SMTP:smtp.isp.netscape.com
POP3 PORT: 110 SMTP PORT: 25 (SSL ENABLE)
 
PRODIGY
POP3:pop.prodigy.net SMTP:smtp.prodigy.net
POP3 PORT: 110 SMTP PORT: 25 (SSL ENABLE)
 
SPRINT PCS
POP3: pop.sprintpcs.com SMTP: smtp.sprintpcs.com
POP3 PORT: 110 SMTP PORT: 25
 
TimeWarner - San Diego
POP3: pop-server.san.rr.com SMTP: smtp-server.san.rr.com
POP3 PORT: 110 SMTP PORT: 25
 
VERIZON
POP3: incoming.verizon.net SMTP: outgoing.verizon.net
POP3 PORT: 110 SMTP PORT: 25
Please see additional steps for using vzwmail.net
 
Windows Live - See Hotmail
 
Yahoo  
POP3: pop.mail.yahoo.com SMTP: smtp.mail.yahoo.com
POP3 PORT :110 SMTP PORT: 25
Note: You must subscribe to Yahoo's Premium service to access your email via POP, free accounts can not use this option.
 

If your email server is not listed above and you would like to add it to the list please use the Contact Us form to submit your data.

 

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