Frequently Asked Questions

Gmail Users: Adding Imap Account and Email Configuration
1. Log into Gmail

2. Click Settings icon, (the gear in the right hand part of the Gmail screen)

3. From the drop down, choose Settings

4. Click Accounts & Downloads tab

5. Check Mail from other accounts: click Add A Mail Account

6. Email Address: yourname@yourdomain.com

7. Click Next

8. Click Next again

9. Enter the mail settings: User Name: yourname@yourdomain.com

**Note: If your settings auto-populate with mail.yourdomain.com you will need to overwrite that with mail.techsurgeons.com

10. Enter the mail settings: Password: yourpasswordhere **This is your email password for your domains, not the Gmail password**

11. Enter the mail settings: Port: 995

12. Enter the mail settings: checkmark Leave a copy of retrieved message on the server

13. Enter the mail settings: checkmark Always use a secure connection (SSL) when retrieving mail

14. Click Add Account

15. Your mail account has been added: checkmark Yes, I want to be able to send mail as yourname@yourdomain.com

16. Click Next

17. Add another email address to your own: click Next Step

18. Configure your mail to be sent through "site.com" SMTP server: SMTP Server: mail.techsurgeons.com

19. Click Port 465

20. Configure your mail to be sent through "site.com" SMTP server: Username: yourname@yourdomain.com

21. Configure your mail to be sent through "site.com" SMTP server: Password: yourpasswordhere

22. Configure your mail to be sent through "site.com" SMTP server: click Secured connection using SSL

21. Click Add Account

22. Confirm verification and add your email address: go to your webmail and get the code that Gmail sent you or click the link.

23. Click Verify

At this point when you go into your Gmail accounts inbox you will see your domain emails there. When you compose an email, you will see where your Gmail name is at, there will be a drop down, thats where you can choose your domain email to be sent from.


 Last updated Wed, Nov 8 2017 3:00pm

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