Setup and Support

You can access your email from just about anywhere you’re currently using email!  Below we’ll walk you through the simply and fast setup of your email on iPhones, Android devices, and other Smartphones, as well as on your PC or Mac.

Further, you can access your email address through Gmail, Yahoo Mail, and other popular webmail services.  We’ll show you how to do that as well!

How do I setup my email on my iPhone, Android, or other Smartphone?

iPhones, Android devices, and other Smartphones all come pre-loaded with a Mail app.  It’s through this app that you will use your email address to send and receive emails, and can easily set it as your default.

First, you simply need to access the Mail Settings on your phone.  These setup instructions are specific to iPhones, but all others are very similar.  And if you need help, just use the form below and we’re happy to assist.

Now we’ll setup your account for the app:

  • Step 1 – tap Settings/Mail/Accounts/Add Account/Other/Add Mail Account
  • Step 2 – Under the IMAP settings, fill in your Name, Email Address, Password, and Description
  • Step 3 – Here you only need to fill in the fields for the Incoming and Outgoing mail servers. Here is that information:
    • Host Name:
    • User Name:  “”
    • Password:  If it’s not pre-filled, then type it in here

You’ll notice that for the Outgoing mail server, the fields may say “optional”.  That’s because it will usually be the same.  We think it’s a best practice to go ahead and fill it in anyway.

  • Step 4 – Enjoy your new email!  And if you have any issues whatsoever, please reach out to us via the Contact Us form below and we’ll be back to you within 24 hours!

How do I setup my email on my PC or Mac?

Setting up your email on your PC or Mac is very similar to doing it on your phone.  First you need to figure out which email “client” you’re going to use.  If you have Microsoft Office, maybe you use Outlook.  And if you’re a Mac user, then you probably use that email app.

Regardless, both should automatically setup and configure your email to work once you input the correct Incoming and Outgoing server information, your username, and your password.  This is what your Smartphone did.

HOWEVER – sometimes you just need to put in the information manually.  You’ll be given an option for security, so choose “Secure” or “SSL/TLS”, or whatever it offers.  Then here is the information you’ll put in:

Username: “yourusername”
Password: Use the email account’s password.
Incoming Server:

  • IMAP Port: 993
  • POP3 Port: 995
Outgoing Server:

  • SMTP Port: 465

How can I access my email address via Webmail?

Webmail is our version of Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, etc.  To access your email from any web browser anywhere on the planet, simply visit  Here you will enter your username and password, and voila…you’re in!

How do I access my email through Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, or other "free" Webmail services?

For any other issues, questions, or concerns please use the below Contact Form to reach us.  We’ll be back to you within one business day!