- You’ll need them to set up Mail.com on your email client
- IMAP Mail.com Settings
- Still can’t connect to Mail.com?
You’ll need them to set up Mail.com on your email client
When using a web-based e-mail service such as Mail.com, you must open the website to be able to send and receive e-mail messages. However, you may prefer to access your email from this account using your own email client, such as Outlook. You can do this after creating an account on the customer. The installation process requires you to enter server settings, including IMAP or POP for receiving and SMTP for sending. You can use the IMAP server settings below to access Mail.com e-mail messages and folders from any e-mail program or service.
Only premium Mail.com subscribers can access their IMAP accounts. The free mail plan does not support IMAP or POP.
IMAP Mail.com Settings
Open Mail.com’s IMAP services with the following settings:
Mail.com IMAP server address: imap.mail.com †
IMAP Mail.com User: Your Full Mail.com email address (eg email@example.com)
IMAP Mail.com Password: Yours Mail.com password
Mail.com IMAP Port: 993
Mail.com IMAP TLS/SSL Requires: Yes
Still can’t connect to Mail.com?
If you are unable to send emails through your email client, it is likely due to incorrect or missing Mail.com SMTP server settings. The SMTP settings provide the email client with the information it needs to send an email on your behalf.
You can also try setting up your account using POP instead of IMAP. For this you need the Mail.com POP server settings. POP provides an alternative way to download email from Mail.com, but keep in mind that IMAP offers more flexibility to access all your emails from anywhere and to sync your email account across all the devices you use. used to access your email.