Manual configuration

Here are the settings for email clients and other devices.

Username: your email address
Password: your password
Incoming Server: mail.your-domain.co.uk*
IMAP Port: 993
POP3 Port: 995
Outgoing Server: mail.your-domain.co.uk*
SMTP Port: 465
Security: SSL/TLS

Authentication is required for IMAP, POP3, and SMTP.

Note: If the above does not work, try replacing mail.your-domain.co.uk* with centos6.whm-secure.com in the 2 server fields.

If using POP with Outlook, ensure messages will be deleted from the server once you are finished with them (account > more settings > advanced). If you don't, you will fill your mail-box.

Setting up a mobile

These screens show the settings on an Android phone; filled in.
Note: centos6.whm-secure.com has been used in place of mail.your-domain.co.uk* in the 2 server fields.

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The web-mail client

If you would rather use web-mail, browse to this page: http://www.your-domain.co.uk/webmail*

Click here for direct access to the web-mail interface.

The web-mail interface has 3 web-mail clients available. I recommend "RoundCube".

Once you have logged in to the web-mail interface you can set up email forwarding and change your password.

There are installation scripts for some major email clients available from the "Configure Mail Client" option.

These settings are accessed by clicking on your email address (in the top right hand corner of the screen).


What is your-domain.co.uk?

your-domain.co.uk is the last part of your email address. e.g. if your email address is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., the domain is your-domain.co.uk, and you can reach the web-mail interface through www.your-domain.co.uk/webmail.