What is the IMAP server for Shaw?

What is the IMAP server for Shaw?

Setup Your Shaw.ca Account with Your Email Program Using IMAP

Shaw.ca IMAP Server imap.shaw.ca
IMAP port 993
IMAP security SSL / TLS
IMAP username Your username
IMAP password Your Shaw.ca password

What is the server name for Shaw email?

Email setup using IMAP

Incoming server settings Outgoing server settings
Host Name imap.shaw.ca mail.shaw.ca
User Name Shaw email without @shaw.ca Shaw email without @shaw.ca
Password Your email password Your email password
Security Type* SSL SSL

Is Telus email POP or IMAP?

IMAP settings

Email address Your TELUS email address used for logins (aliases are not supported)
Password Your password for TELUS email
Account type IMAP
Incoming mail server imap.gmail.com Requires SSL: Yes Port: 993

How to setup an email server?

– Click IP ranges and click TCP/IP ports to see ports configured for SMTP, IMAP and POP such as 25 and 110 for SMTP and POP, and 143 for IMAP. – Enable different options like forwarding, auto-reply, DNS blacklists and others in hMailServer. – Finally, click the + next to Utilities to expand the list and click on Diagnostics to test your configuration.

What are the e-mail server settings?

General Email Settings. The email address you want to set up. The password associated with your email account.

  • Incoming Mail Server Settings. These settings are for sending email to your email provider’s mail server.
  • Outgoing Mail Server Settings (SMTP) These settings are for sending email to your email provider’s mail server. Outgoing mail server name.
  • What are the server settings for my email?

    That depends on how it’s set up. The old fashioned way, the client deletes the message from the server after it downloads it. The newer way leaves it on the server, so it’s available from any client with the right login. The newer way is very common, but at a university, I wouldn’t assume it’s done that way. Reply↓

    What are incoming and outgoing mail server settings?

    Open Outlook 2013

  • Click the Office Button (or File menu) and click on Account Settings then Account Settings again,under Info
  • Highlight your email account and click Change
  • Enter e.g.
  • Click More Settings and then the Outgoing Server tab
  • Make sure My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication is selected