Email Port Numbers

Your email client software may ask you for the POP, SMTP and/or IMAP port numbers to use. The following list of ports should assist you with entering in the correct port numbers into your software:

Non-SSL EMail Port Numbers:

  • POP3: Port 110
  • SMTP: Port 25 or 9999 (TLS via 587 is also available)
  • IMAP: Port 143


SSL EMail Port Numbers:

  • POP3: Port 995
  • SMTP: Port 465
  • IMAP: Port 993

 

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