If you are using our email and need to use an email program (client) like Outlook, then here are some resources to help you.
First, there are many versions of Outlook. In each version, where your settings are seems to be in a different place. These instructions might not be exact and you may just need to poke around and try to find things yourself.
Second, we really just need to give you 4 pieces of information and that should be all you need from us:
That should be all you need in order to configure email in your email program. We're using standard ports and no SSL. You should also have webmail configured for your domain, which is just https://webmail.yourdomain.com where "yourdomain.com" is your domain name.
The server name - in most cases, adding "mail" as a subdomain of your domain name should work. For example, if your domain name is "yourdomain.com" then the server name (again, in most cases) will be "mail.yourdomain.com" (no www or https://).
Please also look at our email settings page.
Your username - you should be able to use your full email address - with the "@" and all.
Choose POP3 as your incoming server type.
We don't provide this - even for ourselves. Your ISP (Internet Service Provider) should provide this or if you are on a company network, there should be one set up for you. Contact your Network Administrator / IT Department for more information on this setting. Also, please read the SMTP Server Options that we provide.
Here are some more resources that may help you:
One option you have it to not use Webstix for your email hosting (we can still just host your website if you want). If you choose this, then we suggest using Google Apps for Business. If you do that, then here are some things that you will find useful:
Here are some resources that should help:
We've given you some help here with Microsoft Outlook but there are some problems with it / things that are annoying:
Newer versions might be better and you might have to use Outlook. If not, then consider Mozilla Thunderbird.
We may be able to help but your best bet is to contact your IT staff or computer support company for more help with setting up email on your computer.