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Email Hosting

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Mail Client Setup

  • Incoming server: mail.powerxmail.com
  • Outgoing server: smtp.powerxmail.com
  • Incoming port: 995 for POP3, 993 for IMAP.
  • Outgoing port: 465, alternate is 587.
  • SSL should be enabled on both incoming and outgoing servers.
  • Full email address authentication is needed for both servers as well.
  • Unless your address is @tahighspeed.com or @mowisp.net, you must use "yourusername@totalhighspeed.com" to authenticate. An example of this would be: your email address is janedoe@lvbw.net but when setting up the username in your mail settings use "janedoe@totalhighspeed.com"
  • Your mail client must provide the username and password to both the incoming and outgoing servers. In many mail clients, there is a check box under the outgoing server tab that says, "Outgoing server requires authentication," which must be checked.
  • On iPhones and other Apple mail applications, it may say that the outgoing server authentication is "optional", but it is not. You must enable this and enter full email address for username as discussed above and then your password in order to send mail.


Hosting Account Webmail and Mail Client Setup

  • To access Webmail:   http://yourdomain.tld/webmail/
    (example: http://abc.com/webmail/)
  • Usernames are the first part of the email and the first part of the domain with a period (.) between them.
    (example: joe.abc)
  • Incoming server is POP3:   pop3.yourdomain.tld
    (example: pop3.abc.com)
  • Outgoing server is SMTP:   smtp.yourdomain.tld
    (example: smtp.abc.com)

Your client must provide the username and password to both the incoming and outgoing servers. In many mail clients, there is a check box under the outgoing server tab that says, "Outgoing server requires authentication," which must be checked.