Email Setup

If you have a modern email client, like Outlook 2007 or newer, Thunderbird or Apple IOS, you can use the Autodiscover feature to automatically set up your email account.

All setups provide SSL Secure connections to our email server.

Outlook 2007 or newer:

  • In Outlook choose Add Account, enter your name, email address, and password. Autodiscover should setup your email account for you.
  • If you get a security alert, allow the process to proceed.

Apple IOS / I-Phone / I-Pad

  • Open Safari and go to this link:     http://mail.MYDOMAIN.COM/ios
  • Replace MYDOMAIN.COM with your domain name in the url.
  • Fill in your complete email address and your name, then click on the Submit button.
  • Follow the screens to complete setup of your email account.

Thunderbird

  • When you Create a new account, enter your name, email address and password and click on Continue.
  • Select whether you want a IMAP or POP account and click the Create Account button.

New as of 4/15/2019 - Manual Email Client Setup

POP Setup:

  • User Name - Your complete email address
  • Incoming and Outgoing Server Names - mail.yourdomainname.com
    • Replace yourdomainname.com with your complete domain name, i.e. mail.jtmweb.com
  • Requires SMTP Authentication - (Requires login name and password info to send email)
  • Incoming Port - 995
  • Outgoing Port - 465

IMAP Setup:

  • User Name - Your complete email address
  • Incoming and Outgoing Server Names - mail.yourdomainname.com
    • Replace yourdomainname.com with your complete domain name, i.e. mail.jtmweb.com
  • Requires SMTP Authentication - (Requires login name and password info to send email)
  • Incoming Port - 993
  • Outgoing Port - 465

Webmail

You can use our Secure Webmail system by clicking on the following link:  https://surge.jtmweb.com

Easier to remember is to use the URL  https://mail.yourdomainname.com where you replace the yourdomainname.com with your actual domain name.


Reporting Spam

An easy way to report Spam, is to forward the offending message to: [email protected]      (replace yourdomainname.com with your domain name).

An easy way to remember is to add this email address to your address book under the name of Spam, and all you have to do is forward to Spam.

Another way to report Spam is by logging into Webmail and managing it there.