With your domain, you have unlimited e-mail addresses to use for:
- Forwarding to personal or work e-mail accounts
- Sending Web mail via a browser
- Sending and receiving mail via Outlook™
- Assigning e-mails by
- personal name
- title or position
- job or project
- activity or event
- response to Web pages and forms
- temporary and promotional
- Capturing e-mails for mailing lists
- Providing addresses to customers, members, etc.
Anything sent to the following address(-es):
Will be forwarded to:
In addition, e-mails can be stored on the
server so that you can access them from your present e-mail program (1
) or via the Web (2
. If you use Microsoft® Outlook Express™ (or a similar e-mail client program), you need to set up an additional Account
. (Your e-mail program may have slightly different questions or fields, but the answers here should be similar.) For a more automated
method of applying the "POP3" settings (ignore the IMAP references) for Outlook Express™,
View Document Here
for POP3 info. Otherwise...
Tools -> Accounts -> Add -> Mail
My Incoming Mail is a "POP3" server
Incoming mail (POP3) Server:
Outgoing mail (SMTP) Server:
(requires authentication, if asked)
(most likely, this will be slightly different from your e-mail address and it may require a plus sign, "+" in place of the at sign, "@":
(NOTE: This is your password for the
User Menu. While we can't force your e-mail password and your user password to be the same, it is highly recommended that you use the same password for both applications.)
Remember Password: [X] [checked]
Login using Secure Password Authentication (SPA): [X] [checked]
. You can also use the Webmail interface via a browser such as Internet Explorer™ or Firefox® (just like reading mail on Yahoo!, Hotmail, or GMail). This is accessed by going to the
Web host: Home -> User Menu -> Webmail (or
Direct access to Webmail WITHOUT going through the Users Menu is:
On the User menu, go to "Access Webmail" to send and read e-mail. There you will be able to change your personal preferences such as how you want your name to be displayed and if you use an e-mail "signature". Also on the User Menu, go to "Configure Webmail" to run a different Webmail program (we recommend sticking with RoundCube®) and to change your e-mail password.
If you cannot log in via the Web, it's usually not anything you've done wrong or left out. Most likely, you have the "Cookies" settings set extremely high to prevent Web sites from storing information on your local PC.
If you're using Internet Explorer™, you need to go into Tools -> Internet Options -> Privacy -> Web Sites -> Edit. If cookies are blocked, you can enter the address of this site and click on "Allow".
If you're using Firefox®, you need to go to Tools -> Options -> Privacy and, under "History", change "Firefox will:" to "Use custom settings for history" then check "Accept cookies from sites". If you do not accept cookies from sites, you can enter this site as an "Exception".
Then try it again.
So, you can send e-mails out using Outlook/Outlook Express™ once an account is set up as shown above OR you can use the Webmail program and send e-mails out that way. And, either method can be used to receive and read incoming e-mails to this address.
- Mail Server Username:
firstname.lastname@example.org (alternate: sample+stcllp.com)
- Reply-to Mail Address:
- Incoming Mail Server:
- Outgoing Mail Server:
(server requires authentication which will, in turn, require your e-mail password,
"", at some point)
- Supported Incoming Mail Protocols: POP3
- Supported Outgoing Mail Protocols: SMTP