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Secure Email Configuration

Webmail URL: http://mail.4securemail.com
   (your browser will redirect to a secure login page)

POP3 Incoming server name: mail.4securemail.com
   SSL Port: 995   STARTTLS Port: 110

SMTP Outgoing server name: mail.4securemail.com
   SSL Port: 465   STARTTLS Port: 587

IMAP server name: mail.4securemail.com
   SSL Port: 993   STARTTLS Port: 143

POP3 or IMAP?
 • Use POP3 to download mail & store it on your computer.
 • Use IMAP or webmail to keep mail on our server for storage.

SSL or STARTTLS?
 • SSL connections are encrypted from start to finish.
 • STARTTLS uses clear channel ports to send encrypted email. The mailer initiates data encryption right before your username & password are sent.
 • We recommended using the SSL port unless due to firewall or client limitation the STARTTLS port is required.

Secure Password Authentication (SPA)?
 • SPA is a form of password encryption.
 • SPA is not necessary on SSL/TLS connections, which are already encrypted. Therefore we do not support this feature.

 • Each of the above servers, including SMTP, requires authentication with your username & password. Use your complete email address as your username.
 • Domain accounts with their own IP address and certificate can substitute mail.4securemail.com with their certficate mail host name, e.g. mail.yourdomain.com .
 • Make sure SSL or STARTTLS is enabled on each port by your client application, otherwise clear channel is generally assumed. Clear channel will not connect on SSL ports. STARTTLS is sometimes referred to as just TLS in some older applications.

Auto-Configuration
4SecureMail fully supports auto-detection of account settings in Thunderbird 3.1+ and Outlook 2007(SP2) and later. Other mailers or apps may work or partially work. Common problems include not enabling SSL and leaving off the domain in your username. So we recommend that you verify your settings manually even if they might seem to work fine after auto-configuration.

Click the appropriate client for POP/IMAP SSL details, or scroll down

  1. Secure Email - Outlook and Outlook Express
  2. Secure Email - Mozilla/Thunderbird
  3. Secure Email - Apple Mail (MacOS 10.2 or later)
  4. Secure Email - Mac-Entourage v.X for MacOS X
  5. Secure Email - Netscape
  6. Secure Email - Eudora
 

Secure Email - Outlook and Outlook Express

Secure Email - Outlook Express
Secure Email - Outlook 2000
Secure Email - Outlook 2002/2003/XP

Secure Email - Mozilla

Secure Mozilla Mail 1.7.3+
Secure Mozilla Thunderbird 0.8+

Secure Email - Apple Mail (built-in MacOS X email client)

Secure Email - Mac Entourage v.X for MacOS X

Secure Email - Netscape

Secure Email - Eudora

Secure email configuration for Windows:
Secure email for MacOS (both POP and IMAP instructions):


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