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[EMAIL] What settings should I use to collect my email via an email client?
You can use the following settings to configure your email client:

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POP3 Setup:
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Server Type: POP3
Incoming Mail Server: pop3.webhost.co.nz
Outgoing Mail server: smtp.webhost.co.nz (or you can use your ISPs SMTP server if they block our one)
Username: mailboxname@yourdomain.co.nz
Password: The one set via your control panel
Incoming Port: 995 (requires SSL turned on)
Or
110 (can be TLS or None)
Outgoing Port: 25 (default, no authentication)
Or
587 (Requires TLS authentication. Useful if your ISP blocks port 25)
Or
465 (Recommended outgoing port. Requires SSL authentication. Useful if your ISP blocks port 25)

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IMAP Setup
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Server Type IMAP
Incoming Mail Server imap.webhost.co.nz
Outgoing Mail Server smtp.webhost.co.nz (or you can use your ISPs SMTP server if they block our one)
Username mailboxname@yourdomain.co.nz
Password The one set via your control panel
Incoming Port 993 (requires SSL turned on)
Or
143 (can be TLS or None)
Outgoing Port 25 (default, no authentication)
Or
587 (Requires TLS authentication. Useful if your ISP blocks port 25)
Or
465 (Recommended outgoing port. Requires SSL authentication. Useful if your ISP blocks port 25)

We strongly recommend that all customers use either TLS or SSL toencrypt their mail between their PC and our mail servers. NOTE: Mac mail programs and some others may ask for a type of password for SSL or TLS, please use "Password" or "Normal Password" which is usually the default.

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