You have 2 options, please read them through carefully before making a decision. Please note that if you use the POP3 option, it is likely that all email will be downloaded from the server (and deleted from the server) to your device (usually a computer) and it will no longer be available via the webmail browser interface or on other decides that you may want to set up with this account.

If you choose to use the IMAP option, you will retain the email on your server and only read it via your devices, meaning it will remain in-sync across multiple devices should you choose to access it via multiple devices. IMAP does however mean you are restricted by the storage limit of the server, which is 400MB per standard mailbox — however, upgrades in storage space are available from 2GB – 10GB at additional cost should they be necessary.

How do I set up a mailbox using POP3 on my device or mail client?

Standard (400MB storage limit) and premium mailboxes (2GB + storage) can be loaded onto your device or through your mail client either with a POP3 connection or an IMAP connection.By using a POP3 connection, you will be using one of the most common ways to connect mailboxes to systems, and you will be able to have your email on your phone, your tablet, your alternate web mail system, or your computer. However, if you want to have email accessible on multiple devices (phone, tablet, and computer for example) then you may wish to use IMAP as detailed below. POP3 is best suited if you only have your email on one device (usually a computer). An advantage of using POP3 is that the common setting is to download all messages to your email client and store them locally, meaning the storage limit on your email account (400MB standard) doesn’t really come in to play.

The way your device or mail client is designed may be different than how other programs or devices work, with different names for the same steps.

Your device or programs should have detailed information on how to add and set up mailboxes onto the system, but there are general pieces of information you need to complete the process.

When selecting the account type, select POP3.

Your User Name is your full email address: info@withlovebridals.com

Your Password is your mailbox password, which you have been sent.

Your Incoming Mail Server and Outgoing Mail Server are both mail.withlovebridals.com

For the Outgoing Mail Server, make certain that you have checked that the server requires authentication.

 

How do I set up a mailbox using IMAP on my device or mail client?

Standard (400MB storage limit) and premium mailboxes (2GB + storage) can be loaded onto your device or through your mail client either with a POP3 connection or an IMAP connection.By using an IMAP connection, you can have multiple clients simultaneously connected to the same mailbox.  For example, you can have email on your phone, your tablet, and your computer, and when you delete a message from your phone, it will also be deleted on your other devices.

The way your device or mail client is designed may be different than how other programs or devices work, with different names for the same steps.

Your device or program should have detailed information on how to add and set up mailboxes onto the system, but there are general pieces of information you need to complete the process.

When selecting the account type, select IMAP.

Your User Name is your full email address: info@withlovebridals.com

Your Password is your mailbox password, which you have been sent.

Your Incoming Mail Server and Outgoing Mail Server are both mail.withlovebridals.com

 

In the Advanced Features for Outgoing Mail Server, there may be some additional settings that need changing.  Please make certain that: