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EMAIL SETUP

 

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Account settings for IMAP
Incoming Mail Server
Setting Value
Server address imap.ionos.com
Port (for SSL) 993
Port (Unsecured) 143
Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP)
Setting Value
Server smtp.ionos.com
Port (for SSL Encryption) 465
Port (TLS/STARTTLS, alternative to SSL) 587
Account settings for POPs
Incoming Mail Server
Setting Value
Server Address pop.ionos.com
Port (for SSL Encryption) 995
Port (Unsecured) 110
Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP)
Setting Value
Server address smtp.ionos.com
Port (for SSL) 465
Port (TLS/STARTTLS, alternative to SSL) 587
Adding Email To iPhone

General Setup

  • Open Settings.

  • Choose Passwords & Accounts.

  • Tap Add Account.

  • Choose Other.

  • Choose Add Mail Account.

  • Enter your account details and tap Next.

Account Details
Name The name others will see when receiving your mail.
Email The complete email address of your 1&1 IONOS email account.
Password The password you entered when setting up the 1&1 IONOS email address.
Description Enter a description for your account here. This information is only used to better differentiate your account from one another.

Server Setup

  • Receive your mail using the IMAP (recommended) or POP protocol by entering the respective host name for Incoming Mail Server.
  • Enter the remaining data and tap Next.

Incomming Email Server Details
Hostname imap.ionos.com (recommended) or pop.ionos.com
Username The full email address of your 1&1 IONOS email account
Password The password you entered when setting up the 1&1 IONOS email address
Outgoing Email Server Details
Hostname smtp.ionos.com
Username The full email address of your 1&1 IONOS email account
Password The password you entered when setting up the 1&1 IONOS email address

Please Note:

  • The email account is automatically set up with SSL encryption. The device performs the correct configuration in the background. You no longer have to set anything manually.
  • The SSL settings can also be checked later. For more information, see Enabling SSL encryption on your iPhone/iPod/iPad.

Synchronization Options

Select which data (mail, notes) you want to synchronize and confirm with Save.

Adding email to Android
Step 1

Tap the Settings icon (typically displayed as a gear).

Step 2

Go to Accounts.

Step 3

Tap Add Account.

Step 4

Select Personal (IMAP).

Step 5

Enter your email address and tap Next.

Step 6

Enter the password to your email address and tap Next.

Step 7

In the Server field, enter imap.ionos.com and tap Next.

Step 8

In the SMTP Server field, enter smtp.ionos.com and tap Next.

Step 9

Choose your desired Account Options and tap Next.

Step 10

If you would like, you can change the default Account Name, which helps you differentiate this account from other email accounts on your device, or Your Name, which is displayed on messages you send. Finally, tap Next to complete the setup process.

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Account settings for IMAP

IMAP: Set up email

Note: If you’re upgrading from POP to IMAP, rest assured, you will not lose your previous email data. Simply follow the steps below to set up a new mailbox on your preferred device or email client to retrieve your messages.

Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) lets you access email stored on a server from multiple devices. To use IMAP email, you must have an email plan that supports IMAP. If you have IMAP-enabled Workspace email, you can set it up in pretty much any email client, on whatever computer or device you want.

Note: These are generic instructions, and may differ, depending on which client you are using. Please see More Info for specific client instructions.

  1. You need to know your IMAP server address and available ports. To find them, go to the Email Setup Center.

    Read more about the Email Setup Center.

  2. Open your chosen email client, and create a new account.
  3. Locate the IMAP settings area.
  4. Enter the following:
    Field Enter
    Username Your full email address
    Password Your email account password
    Incoming Mail Server The information shown in the Email Setup Center
    Outgoing Mail Server The information shown in the Email Setup Center
    Incoming Port One of the options shown in the Email Setup Center, for with or without SSL
    Outgoing Port One of the options shown in the Email Setup Center, for with or without SSL
  5. Your email client may require password authentication for your Outgoing Mail Server. If so, you must have the server log on, and enter your full email address and password in the Outgoing Mail Server settings area.
Account settings for POPs

Set up up my email account using POP settings

You can use POP (Post Office Protocol) to set up your email account on most email clients. POP has it’s limitations, and has can have issues trying to access your email from multiple devices. Learn about the difference between IMAP and POP and see what type of account settings you have.

  1. Open the Email Setup Center, you may be prompted to login to your Workspace account. (Learn about the Email Setup Center.)
  2. Locate your POP settings in the Email Server Settings section. Keep this info open, you’ll need the Incoming server (POP) and the Outgoing server (SMTP) info to complete email client set up.
    Locate POP and SMTP settings in Email Server Settings
  3. Open your chosen email client and begin to create a new account.
  4. When you get to the IMAP/POP settings page enter your Incoming server (POP) and the Outgoing server (SMTP) info.
    Server SSL port (secure) Standard port
    pop.secureserver.net 995 110
    smtpout.secureserver.net 993 143
  5. Your email client may require password authentication for your Outgoing Mail Server.. If so, enter your Workspace email address and password in the settings area.
  6. Once your email account is on your email client, send yourself a test email from your Workspace webmail and respond to it. (Want specific instructions for your email client? See the More info section.)
Adding Email To iPhone

Set up your Workspace Email account on your iPhone or iPad mail app. Then you can send and receive business emails from your phone. Alternatively, you can add your Workspace email to your Outlook app

This article is for Workspace Email only. For Office 365, see Set up my Office 365 email address on my iPhone or iPad.

  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Tap Wi-Fi and tap the toggle button to turn it off.
    Tap WiFi and tap the toggle to turn it off
  3. Tap the Settings button to go back to the Settings screen.
  4. On the Settings screen, tap the Accounts & Password option.
    Tap Accounts & Password
  5. Tap Add Account.
    Tap Add Account
  6. Tap Other.
    Tap Other
  7. Tap Add Mail Account.
    Tap Add Mail Account
  8. Enter your account details, and tap Next.
    Enter account details and tap next
  9. Tap IMAP.
  10. Under New Account, in the Incoming Mail Server section enter:
    • Host name as “imap.secureserver.net”
    • Your Workspace email User Name and Password
  11. In the Outgoing Mail Server section enter:
    • Host name as “smtpout.secureserver.net”
    • Your Workspace email User Name and Password

    Enter email account server details

  12. Tap Next. Your mobile device will begin verifying your settings. This may take several minutes.
  13. Tap Save.
  14. Turn your wifi back on in the Settings screen.
  15. Tap Mail to open the app.
  16. To test your account, compose an email and send it to yourself. Reply to that message, to make sure your outgoing server works.

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Account settings for POPs

What is POP3 and which are the default POP3 ports

Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) is a standard mail protocol used to receive emails from a remote server to a local email client. POP3 allows you to download email messages on your local computer and read them even when you are offline. Note, that when you use POP3 to connect to your email account, messages are downloaded locally and removed from the email server. This means that if you access your account from multiple locations, that may not be the best option for you. On the other hand, if you use POP3, your messages are stored on your local computer, which reduces the space your email account uses on your web server.

By default, the POP3 protocol works on two ports:

  • Port 110 – this is the default POP3 non-encrypted port
  • Port 995 – this is the port you need to use if you want to connect using POP3 securely
Account settings for IMAP

What is IMAP and which are the default IMAP ports

The Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) is a mail protocol used for accessing email on a remote web server from a local client. IMAP and POP3 are the two most commonly used Internet mail protocols for retrieving emails. Both protocols are supported by all modern email clients and web servers.

While the POP3 protocol assumes that your email is being accessed only from one application, IMAP allows simultaneous access by multiple clients. This is why IMAP is more suitable for you if you’re going to access your email from different locations or if your messages are managed by multiple users.

By default, the IMAP protocol works on two ports:

  • Port 143 – this is the default IMAP non-encrypted port
  • Port 993 – this is the port you need to use if you want to connect using IMAP securely

What is SMTP and which are the default SMTP ports

Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) is the standard protocol for sending emails across the Internet.

By default, the SMTP protocol works on three ports:

  • Port 25 – this is the default SMTP non-encrypted port
  • Port 2525 – this port is opened on all SiteGround servers in case port 25 is filtered (by your ISP for example) and you want to send non-encrypted emails with SMTP
  • Port 465 – this is the port used if you want to send messages using SMTP securely

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