Setting up an email client

Current email clients such as Mozilla Thunderbird, Apple Mail, and Outlook will automatically detect and setup the below settings from your username and password, however often need to be entered manually. Please contact us if your email client is unable to at any point connect with the settings below.

Incoming Email Server

Account type: IMAP (near-instant notification of email, syncs across devices), or POP (does not sync across devices)
User name: <user@example.com>
Server host name: mail.churchwebsupport.com
Server port: 993 for IMAP, or 995 for POP
Authentication: Password (may be referred to as "encrypted password")
Connection security: SSL (may be referred to as "TLS/SSL")

Outgoing Email Server

Account type: SMTP
User name: <user@example.com>
Server host name: mail.churchwebsupport.com
Server port: 465 (port 587 may be used with "STARTTLS" connection security, if required)
Authentication: Password (may be referred to as "encrypted password")
Connection security: SSL (may be referred to as "TLS/SSL")
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