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Server names and ports

These are the standard server name and port details for setting up access to email and calendaring for your NCN.NET account.

If you are looking for step-by-step set up instructions to set up your email software, please review our page on how to set up an email client.

Email

We recommend using IMAP over POP to access your email. NCN.NET supports both protocols using the configurations below. You should use SSL with all of the protocols; insecure access is strongly discouraged and may be disabled in the future.

IMAP

Servermail.ncn.net
Port993
SSL/TLS EncryptionEnabled, but not STARTTLS
UsernameYour NCN.NET email address, including the domain
PasswordYour NCN.NET password

Note: Do not enable secure password authentication (SPA). It is not needed when you use SSL/TLS encryption and it will not work.

If your IMAP client supports it, you should try and set up the following folders: Trash, Sent, and Drafts.

POP

Servermail.ncn.net
Port995
SSL/TLS EncryptionEnabled, but not STARTTLS
UsernameYour NCN.NET email address, including the domain
PasswordYour NCN.NET password

SMTP

Servermail.ncn.net
Port587
SSL/TLS EncryptionEnabled (STARTTLS)
AuthenticationPLAIN
UsernameYour NCN.NET email address, including the domain
PasswordYour NCN.NET password

If your client supports STARTTLS only, you can use port 587 with STARTTLS enabled.

Calendar (CalDav)

Serverhttps://mail.ncn.net/cal/
UsernameYour NCN.NET email address, including the domain
PasswordYour NCN.NET password

Address Book (CardDAV)

You can share an address book between devices using CardDAV. This address book will not be accessible via the web mail

Serverhttps://mail.ncn.net/abk/
UsernameYour NCN.NET email address, including the domain
PasswordYour NCN.NET password