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Properly configuring your plesk email account.

Properly Email Client Configuration Settings

If you are using our shared Linux hosting, the settings provided in this article will provide you with a working solution other than our webmail

Protocol   Port   Server Name   SSL-ON (Secured)
POP3: 995 - Incoming Server Name:  email.deployedserver.net (SSL Enabled) Recommended
IMAP:   993 - Incoming Server Name:  email.deployedserver.net  (SSL Enabled) Recommended
SMTP:  587 - Outgoing Server Name:  email.deployedserver.net (STARTTLS) "Requires Authentication(Password Type - Encrypted Password)

 

Protocol:  Port (Security Type) (Unsecure) Alternate Settings
POP3: 110 - Incoming Server Name:  email.deployedserver.net (No SSL) Not Recommended
IMAP:   143 - Incoming Server Name:  email.deployedserver.net  (No SSL) Not Recommended
SMTP:  587 - Outgoing Server Name:  email.deployedserver.net (STARTTLS) "Requires Authentication" (Port 25 is Unavailable)
Note: **The configuration listed above is the preferred connection method.

 

Configuring email software without Using SSL

Protocol   Port   Server Name   SSL-OFF (Unsecure)
POP3: 110 - Incoming Server Name:  email.deployedserver.net (No SSL) Not Recommended
IMAP:   143 - Incoming Server Name:  email.deployedserver.net  (No SSL) Not Recommended
SMTP:  587 - Outgoing Server Name:  email.deployedserver.net (STARTTLS) "Requires Authentication" (Port 25 is Unavailable)
Note: **The configuration listed above should only be used in emergency situations

 

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