VideoSSC Mail Portal


Incoming mail server:
IMAPS: SSL, Port 993
POP3S: SSL, Port 995

Outgoing mail server: USE YOUR ISP'S MAIL SERVER
Many ISPs are blocking access to mail servers that are not theirs. This can affect the reliability of outgoing mail. It is strongly recommended that you do not use as an outgoing server, but if you must, here are the settings:
SMTP Requires Auth
Username for auth is: user@domain e.g.
Ports: 25, 225

Webmail (same login/pass as POP/IMAP):
Mailing Lists (requires auth):

NEW! Server-Side Filtering/Vacation: Via the new Roundcube webmail system, you may now create server-side mail filtering rules. This will allow you to categorize, mark, and perform a variety of other actions on email messages on the server, before they are downloaded to your mail client. Visit the new webmail system, click Settings on the upper right, then click Filters and and New Filter.

Change Password (same login/pass as POP/IMAP):
(Authorized Users Only) Administer Virtual Domain (same login/pass as POP/IMAP):

Load Statistics (same login/pass as POP/IMAP):

Server Room Temperature:

Network Traffic:

Outlook Instructions (Outlook 2007)
Options->Mail Setup->E-mail Accounts

Choose Email Service
Check Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP or HTTP
Click Next

Check "Manually configure server settings"
Click Next

User Information
Your Name: Jane Doe
E-mail Address:

Server Information
Account Type: POP3 or IMAP (your preference)
Incoming mail server:
Outgoing mail server: your ISP outgoing server or

Logon Information
User Name:
Password: (your password)
Check "Remember Password"
Click More Settings
Click Advanced

Incoming server (POP3): 995
Check This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL)
Outgoing server (SMTP): 25
Use the following type of encrypted connection: TLS
Click OK
Click Next
Click Finish