Those not wishing to use a third party email program, can use the web based email at

Or via your control Panel at:

Please note: The web based email is extremely generic and lacks a lot of features that can be found with third party email clients.  We recommend using a third party email client such as MS Outlook Or Outlook Express. The web based email is mainly a backup site to check/send mail when you are away from your PC.

Setting up your email in Microsoft Outlook or Outlook Express
(instructions might vary depending on your version of Outlook or Outlook Express)

Step 1: Open Microsoft Outlook

Double Click on the Outlook icon on your desktop, or select it from the "Programs" menu on the "Start" menu bar.

Step 2: Open E-Mail Accounts Viewer

From the "Tools" menu, select "E-Mail Accounts".

Step 3: Create a New Mail Account

Select "Add a New Account" and click "Next"

The "Server Type" screen will appear next.  Select "POP3" and click "Next".

Step 4: Enter E-mail Settings

User Information:

  • Your Name - This is the name that will be displayed to the recipients of your messages.  Type the name you would like to be known as (i.e. John Smith) in this blank.

  • E-mail Address - Type your email address in this line. (i.e.

Logon Information:

  • User Name - Your User Name will be your full email address. For example, ( 

  • Password - If you would like Outlook to store your password so that you don't have to type it in each time you check your mail, click in the Checkbox labeled "Remember password" and type your password in the "Password" blank.

Server Information

  • Incoming mail server (POP3) - This will be 

  • Outgoing mail server (SMTP) - This will be the same as the Incoming mail server (above).

Step 5: More Settings

In Microsoft Outlook and Outlook Express SMTP authentication can be enabled by setting the My server requires authentication checkbox in the account settings.  

Click on the "More Settings" button in the lower right hand corner.  A new window titled "Internet E-Mail Settings" will appear.  Click on the "Outgoing Server" tab at the top of this window.  Check the box labeled "My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication".

NOTE: If this box is left unchecked you will not be able to send mail to a NON local domain. You will receive an error message in your inbox that says "Undeliverable Non Local Recipient"

If you already have your email setup but are unsure of this setting, in MS Outlook, go to "tools>Options>Mail Settings>Email Accounts"  Choose the account on your domain and click "change". Go to the "More settings" button, click on it and the following screen will appear:

After this is done, click on "OK" to close this window, then click on "Next" on the E-mail Accounts window.

Step 6: Finish

Click on "Finish" to finalize your E-mail settings.  You are now ready to begin sending and receiving mail through your E-mail account.

If you have any problems with the above settings, please complete a trouble ticket.
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