Setting up email clients is a precise process and all email clients differ in where information is stored. 

For your convenience, we have laid out step-by-step instructions on all of the major email clients and providers.

Click on the link for the corresponding email client that you wish to set up, then follow the steps exactly as they are laid out.

Do not skip any steps as they could result in your emails not being sent or received.

Email Clients

Connecting your email accounts to Outlook (2010 or newer)

Connecting Your Email Accounts to Mail for Mac (OSX El Capitan - Newest)

Connecting your email accounts to Mozilla Thunderbird

Checking your church email with a Gmail account

Connecting Your Email Accounts to the Windows Mail and Calendar App

How to setup your email on an Android phone

How to setup your email on an iPhone

How to setup your email on an iPad

Please note that these tutorials are meant to be an aid for your convenience to assist you in creating an email account and connecting your emails in your preferred email client. We cannot offer support further than giving you the correct settings for your email. To receive support in this system, please be sure to contact your email client/software provider. (these settings are also for printers and scanners) If you do not see your email client/software listed, please utilize the information for the required settings listed below and contact your email client/software provider for further instructions on how to complete your set up.

These settings can also be used for a printer/scanner that sends a scan via email.

  • The incoming server must be set to mail.yourdomain (i.e. if your domain is then your inbound server would be
  • The incoming port must be 143 for IMAP with no SSL, 993 for IMAP with SSL or 110 for POP3.
  • The outgoing server must be set to,
  • The outgoing Port must be set to 587 unless you want to use SSL then it is 465.
  • If you have a Root Folder Path, you must type the word "inbox" into that field, it must all be lowercase letters.
  • (For Mac) If you have an IMAP Path Prefix, you must type the word "inbox" into that field, it must all be lowercase letters.
  • Make sure that all of your usernames have your complete email address.
  • Make sure that none of your email addresses have a capital letter in them.
  • You must use your password on both incoming and outgoing or it will fail to connect.

You can have as many email accounts with us as you like and they will all work great! However, we are recommending our members check out Google Apps for non-profits. It is free for non-profits and all that you need is your 501(c)3. Here is a link to our tutorial on how to set up Google Apps for non-profits. Google Apps for Non-Profits