Read your email on the web with either Roundcube or Squirrelmail. Consult your calendar with AgenDAV. Use Postfix Admin to set things up:
Settings for mail clients
You might like to use a program on your own
computer to download and read your mail. We use Mozilla
, but there are many other choices, and probably at
least one that came with your computer.
|Incoming Mail Server|
Use IMAP (port 143) or POP3 (port 110), with STARTTLS encryption.
|Outgoing Mail Server|
Use either port 25 or 587, with STARTTLS encryption.
|Username||Enter your email address in full|
|Password||Netuxo or your domain administrator
should have given you an email password|
|You will need your username and password for both incoming
and outgoing mail.|
Settings for calendar or addressbook clients
You can use a range of carddav (addressbook) or caldav (calendar) clients to access your addressbook or calendar from other devices, including Thunderbird (with SOGO Connector
), Android, iPhone, and many more. You can also add your addressbook in your Roundcube webmail client.
|Username||Netuxo or your domain administrator should have given you a calendar/addressbook username|
|Password||Netuxo or your domain administrator should have given you a calendar/addressbook password|
|By default, Netuxo provides one calendar and one addressbook per hosted domain.|
More information on configuring your client of choice for calendar and addressbook access can be found here
For support, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 8985 6843 between 10:00am and 6:00pm, Monday to Friday..