Email Setup Instructions | Posmay Media

Email Setup Instructions

Email Setup Instructions

This page provides instructions on how to setup and manage your email account.
You should have received a username (this is the email address) and password for each email account. If you have not received this information, please contact support@posmaymedia.com

Email Client Configuration Settings

Instructions to configure your email account with your email client e.g. Apple Mail App, Microsoft Outlook, etc.

  • Server Type: Select POP3 or IMAP (POP3 will download mail off the server, IMAP syncs emails & keeps the folder structure in sync with webmail)
  • Username: [Enter your email address] – the whole thing including @yourdomain.com as provided.
  • Password: [Enter the password that was set up for your e-mail account] – your password can be changed, see below under mailbox login.
  • Incoming mail server: Enter mail.[yourdomain] as your incoming mail server – e.g. If your domain were posmay.com, then this would be mail.posmay.com
  • Outgoing mail server: Enter mail.[yourdomain] as your outgoing mail server – e.g. If your domain were posmay.com, then this would be mail.posmay.com
  • Authentication: Make sure that “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication” is checked.

Webmail Login

Access your mailbox from any device with an internet connection & browser.

  1. Visit http://webmail.[yourdomain]e.g. If your domain is posmaymedia.com, then it would be http://webmail.posmaymedia.com
  2. Login using your email address & password

Mailbox Login

Change your password, set auto-responders, etc.

  1. Visit http://mailboxes.[yourdomain]e.g. If your domain is posmaymedia.com, then it would be http://mailboxes.posmaymedia.com
  2. Login using your email address & password

Getting An Outgoing Mail Server Error?

  • Try changeing the SMTP outgoing port from 25 to 587.

Send & Receive Email via a Gmail Mailbox

You can set up your Gmail account to send and receive emails via your business email addresses using it as an alias. You can use a free Gmail account or a GSuite Gmail account. If you already have a Gmail account, you should be able to access it here. There are two main reasons to do this.

  1. Gmail accounts provide a large amount of inexpensive or free storage so you won’t run out of storage.
  2. Gmail uses state of the art spam filters to keep any junk mail out of your inbox.

Here is a video tutorial showing you how to set this up.

Need Additional Support?

If you have a question or need additional support, please contact support@posmaymedia.com or click on the support icon in the bottom right corner to contact us.

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