No Worries We can help with E-Mail!

Ok, so you have Email Questions? We have Answers! Whether you have Outlook Express, MS outlook, Mozilla Thunderbird, Mac Mail Tutorial, an IPhone, IPad, Android Phone or Tablet, We can help! With our simple Email Tutorial steps below we can help you set up your Email Accounts, Change email password, and more. With Walibu Email you can also create and delete Email accounts on the fly in the back end of your website. With Walibu Email we offer Email Security, Spam Protection, User/Account Level Filtering, Auto Responders, Email Authentication and more!

WEBMAIL

http://webmail.walibu.com

Username is FULL email you@YourDomain.com (put your actual email)

Password will be arranged ahead of time

Password can be updated through the webmail interface to your choice.

 

Outlook Express, MS outlook, Mozilla Thunderbird, Mac Mail

Account type: POP/ IMAP

Username is FULL email yourname@YourDomain.com

Password is: your password

Incoming mail server: mail.YourDomain.com

Outgoing mail server: mail.YourDomain.com*

Click Advanced Tab

Click Outgoing Server Tab

Check the box that says “my outgoing server requires authentication”

Incoming port: 143

Outgoing port (SMTP): 25 OR 2525 if your ISP blocks port 25 (see below)

Connect without SSL

 

IPHONE, IPAD

Select Settings

Select Add Account

Select Other

Select Add Mail Account

Enter: Name, Email, Password, Description

Account type: POP/ IMAP

INCOMING MAIL SERVER

Host Name: mail.yourdomain.com

Username is FULL email yourname@YourDomain.com

Password is: your password

OUTGOING MAIL SERVER

Host Name: mail.yourdomain.com

Username is FULL email yourname@YourDomain.com

Password is: your password

Connect without SSL

Authentication type: Password

Incoming port: 143

Outgoing port (SMTP): 25 OR 2525 if your ISP blocks port 25

 

*For Comcast Internet Service Users: Comcast does not allow you to use a third party outgoing server.  You will need to enter in your comcast username and password just below the box that says "my outgoing server requires authentication"  Then you will need to update your Outgoing Mail Server to smtp.comcast.net

 

*For AT&T DSL Internet Service Users: You need to call AT&T Internet Tech Support and let them know you need port 25 unblocked.  This is the port used to send mail, they block it by default to reduce spam sent and if not unblocked, you will not be able to send mail.