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Email server settings
Last Updated 4/20/2016 8:16 PM

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What are my incoming (POP3) and outgoing (SMTP) email server settings?

Please use the below details to update your email settings.

  • For POP Incoming Server: Mail.acsalaska.net
    Port: 995
    Security: SSL
    Authentication: Password
    Username: Full Email Address With domain (example: 907*******@acsalaska.net)
    Password: Email password

  • Outgoing server: Mail.acsalaska.net Port: 587 or 465
    Security: SSL
    Authentication: Password
    Username: Full Email Address With domain (example: 907*******@acsalaska.net)
    Password: Email password

  • For IMAP Incoming Server: Mail.acsalaska.net
    Port: 993
    Security: SSL
    Authentication: Password
    Username: Full Email Address With domain (example: 907*******@acsalaska.net)
    Password: Email password

  • Outgoing Server: Mail.acsalaska.net Port:25
    Security: None
    Authentication: None

If you are connecting to the Internet through an ISP other than Alaska Communications and are having trouble sending mail, you may need to change your Outgoing server to the one used by your ISP or send through Webmail.

If you have domain hosting service with us, please contact coordinator@acsalaska.net for the settings specific to your domain.

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