Email Settings Guide

Email configuration requires being connected to the Internet, knowing what your email address and password are, and setting up the correct server addresses, and other information, in the email client.

Here are the most common email client setup tutorials:


Apple Mail

Microsoft Outlook

Mozilla Thunderbird

Here are the most common server settings for a wide range of email providers:

Domain Type Incoming Server SSL Port Outgoing Server Auth Port
@skyrunner.net POP mail.skyrunner.net No 110 mail.skyrunner.net yes 25
@skyrunner.net POP mail.skyrunner.net Yes 995 mail.skyrunner.net Yes 465
@skyrunner.net IMAP mail.skyrunner.net No 143 mail.skyrunner.net yes 25
@skyrunner.net IMAP mail.skyrunner.net Yes 993 mail.skyrunner.net Yes 465
@gmail.com POP pop.gmail.com Yes 995 smtp.gmail.com Yes 465
@yahoo.com POP pop.mail.yahoo.com Yes 995 smtp.mail.yahoo.com Yes 465
@charter.net POP mail.charter.net No 110 smtp.charter.net No 25
@charter.net IMAP mobile.charter.net No 993 mobile.charter.net No 587
@att.net POP mailhost.worldnet.att.net No 110 mailhost.worldnet.att.net No 25
@verizon.net POP incoming.verizon.net No 110 outgoing.verizon.net no 25

Usernames will be your complete email address with @skyrunner.net accounts.

Some providers such as GMail accept just the part before the @ symbol. Your password should have been provided to you by your provider. POP servers are typically used for desktop computer systems, while IMAP servers are typically used for mobile devices and cellular phones. By default, you do not need to use an encrypted connection (SSL) with @skyrunner.net accounts, unless you are NOT on the Skyrunner network (like at a cafe or out of town), in which case SSL will be necessary for sending email. That said, SSL is always recommended due to the enhanced security.