Email Settings Sheet

by | May 2, 2018

All You Need To Know To Keep Control Of Your Email Settings Sheet

 

 

1Business Name
2Website URL
3Email Service Supplier
4Preferred Email Protocol
5Webmail Login URL
6Control Panel Login URL
7Control Panel Username
8Control Panel Password
9Email Address
10Email Username
11Email Password
12SSL?
13Incoming Server
14Incoming Port
15Outgoing Server
16Outgoing Port

Guidance


1 Business Name

Your business trading name.

2 Website URL

Your website address, eg fixmybusiness.co.uk

3 Email Service Supplier

Email service supplier is a provider of email hosting. It implements email servers to send, receive, accept, and store email for users. Some examples are Microsoft Outlook, Gmail, Yahoo.

4 Preferred Email Protocol

This is the protocol that your Email Server runs on. E.g. POP3, IMAP, Exchange

5 Webmail Login URL

This is where you go to login to your Email Account on the Web.

6 Control Panel Login URL

This is where you go to login to your Email Control Panel on the Web.

7 Control Panel Username

The username for the control panel.

8 Control Panel Password

The password for the control panel.

9 Email Address

The general format of an email address is local-part@domain, and a specific example is jsmith@example.com. An address consists of two parts. The part before the @ symbol (local-part) identifies the name of a mailbox..

10 Email Username

The username for the Email Account.

11 Email Password

The password for the Email Account.

12 SSL?

A Secure Layer of security for Email.

13 Incoming Server

The Server that receives Email.

14 Incoming Port

The Port which Email comes through. E.g. 995.

15 Outgoing Server

The Server that Delivers Email.

16 Outgoing Port

The Port which Email comes through. E.g. 465.

 

If you cannot fill in this table completely then you are at risk of losing your Emails and Email Account. You know how devastating this could be to your business so take action now to find any missing information.

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