Email Setup

How to log-in to my web mail account?
To log-in to your web mail account, go to:
www.dotfront.com and click the orange icon [WEB MAIL] then enter your email and temporary password that were emailed to you. 

How to change your email password

  1. Login to your webmail (http://mail.dotfront.com)
    Enter your email address and temporary password
  2. Click settings icon (2 cogs) on the menu to your left. -  Account settings (under my settings)



  3. Please enter your "New Password" followed and "Confirm Password"
  4. Click Save
  5. We recommend you enter a Backup Email Address

    On occasion, a user may forget their login password. By clicking the "Forgot Password?" link on
    the login page, you will receive instructions on how to reset your password.
Configure POP for iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch

With POP3, your mail is saved in a mailbox on the remote server until you check your mail. When you check your mail, all of the mail is downloaded to your device and is no longer maintained on the server. If you use POP3 and are traveling or check your mail from multiple locations, you will not be able to view any of your old mail because the messages only exist on the device/computer on which you originally received your mail.

Incoming mail server:  mail.replacewithyourdomain.com
Outgoing SMTP mail server: mail.replacewithyourdomain.com

POP3 ports
Incoming mail server port: 110
Outgoing SMTP mail server port: 25

IMAP ports:
Incoming mail server port: 143
Outgoing SMTP mail server port: 25

Follow these steps to create a POP3 connection to your email on an Apple iOS 4 device like the iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch:

  1. On the iPhone, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars.
  3. Tap Add Account.
  4. Tap Other.
  5. Tap Add Mail Account.
  6. Complete the Name, Address (email address), Password and Description fields.
  7. Click Next.
  8. Ensure POP is selected.
  9. Enter your incoming mail server information:
    • Hostname is generally mail.yourdomainname.com. If you aren't sure, contact  us
    • Username is your full email address
    • Password is the same password used to access webmail.
  10. Enter your outgoing mail server information:
    • Hostname is generally mail.yourdomainname.com. If you aren't sure, contact  us
    • Username is your full email address
    • Password is the same password used to access webmail.
  11. Tap Save.
  12. The iPhone will attempt to establish an SSL connection to your POP and SMTP servers. If this succeeds, you will be done and can proceed to step 13. If this fails, you will see the prompt, "Do you want to try setting up the account without SSL?"
    • Tap No.
    • Tap Save.
    • When prompted, "This account may not be able to send or receive emails. Are you sure you want to save," tap Save.
  13. Tap the account you just added (identified by your email address).
  14. Scroll down and tap the SMTP button.
  15. Select the server you just added, identified by the hostname from step 9.
  16. Select OFF for Use SSL.
  17. Select Password for Authentication
  18. Select 25 for Server Port.
  19. Tap the Done button to go back.
  20. Tap your email address to go back.
  21. Tap Advanced.
  22. Scroll down to Incoming Settings.
  23. Select OFF for Use SSL.
  24. Select Password for Authentication.
  25. Select 110 for Server Port.
  26. Tap your email address to go back.
  27. Tap Done to go back.
  28. Tap the Home button.
  29. Tap the Mail App to check your configuration.

 

Configure Outlook 2010 IMAP or POP Account

MAP is a newer protocol that keeps all messages and folders on the server. In addition, IMAP idle is an optional feature of the IMAP protocol that pushes all new messages to Outlook as they are received by the mail server. Unlike POP, IMAP offers two-way communication between your E-Mail mailbox and your email client(s). This means when you log in to the E-mail Web interface, actions you performed on email clients and mobile devices will automatically appear in the Web interface (and vice versa).

With POP3, your mail is saved in a mailbox on the remote server until you check your mail. When you check your mail, all of the mail is downloaded to your computer and is no longer maintained on the server. If you use POP3 and are traveling or checking your mail from multiple locations, you will not be able to view any of your old mail because the messages only exist on the computer on which you originally received your mail. 

NOTE: If you have enabled Outlook to keep messages on the server, you will be able to access your messages and folders from any computer via the E-mail Web interface or your mobile device.

Follow these steps to create an Outlook 2010 POP3 or IMAP account:

Incoming mail server:  mail.replacewithyourdomain.com
Outgoing SMTP mail server: mail.replacewithyourdomain.com

POP3 ports
Incoming mail server port: 110
Outgoing SMTP mail server port: 25

IMAP ports:
Incoming mail server port: 143
Outgoing SMTP mail server port: 25

  1. In Outlook, go to File, Click the Info tab
  2. Click Add Account
  3. Click Manually configure server settings or additional server types radio button.
  4. Click Next.
  5. Click the Internet Email radio button.
  6. Click Next.
  7. Enter the following information:
    • Your Name:
    • Email address:
    • Incoming Server:
    • Outgoing Mail server:
    • User name: will be email to you
    • Password: a temporary password will be email to you
  8. Click Next.
  9. If your mail server requires SMTP Authentication, follow these steps. If you are not sure if your mail server requires SMTP Authentication, please contact your hosting company or ISP.
    • Click on More Settings.
    • Navigate to Outgoing Server Tab
    • Check "My Outgoing Server requires SMTP Authentication".
    • Click OK.
  10. Click Next.
  11. Click Finish.

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