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With most DSL lines a .uk domain is included for free - with this you can have email too. We also provide email services to anyone, so a DSL line is not required to make use of our email services.

Once the domain is set up on the systems, new Mailboxes can be created...

There are two sides to email services that we offer, sending and receiving.

Domain Service page on our main website

General Email Settings

Outgoing email settings (Sending email)
Server smtp.aa.net.uk This is the server used for sending email from you to anyone else.
Port 25, 587 25 is default. Use 587 if 25 is blocked by your ISP. You can also use SSL and TLS
Authentication Optional If you are sending from outside an AAISP connection, then you will need to use your mailbox username and password to authenticate.
Incoming email settings (Receiving email)
Type IMAP or POP3 We recommend IMAP but you can also use POP3. IMAP is ideal when using many computers/phones to access email. Read more here.
Port POP3: 110, 995 IMAP: 143, 993
Server example.com.mail.aa.net.uk This is the server used for retrieving email. Use your domain name (part after the @) followed by .mail.aa.net.uk.
Username mailbox@example.com This is the username to use when getting email and is just your email address. This can also be used as an outgoing mail username if you need one. (Case sensitive)
Password The password you set on the mailbox. (Case sensitive)

More Help with: Sending Email or Receiving Email

Creating a Mailbox

Help Me Setup My Email Program

Please see the links below for other pages relating to Email Clients, it includes setting up common programs and devices for sending email.


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