Secure SMTP (What is SMTP? See glossary below) allows users to send email securely using SSL/TLS (What is SSL?, See glossary below) through connections using the outgoing mail server (smtp.imageway.com). To use the Secure SMTP service, you must configure your e-mail software following the instructions listed below.
The Secure SMTP service only needs to be setup in your e-mail software if one of the following applies to you.
(NOTE: You do not have to use our SMTP server to send out email. You can use your local Internet Provider's server to send mail off of. Contact your Internet Service Provider (Phone Company or Cable Company) and ask them what SMTP server they have available for you to use.)
Who can use it?
Anyone that uses our SMTP server.
Your e-mail software must support SSL(Secure Socket layer)/TLS(Transport Layer Security). See Windows & Macintosh setup guides below for supported email software.
The table below has instructions for setting up (configuring) popular e-mail software to use the Authenticated SMTP server.
|Secure SMTP Setup Guides|
Macintosh OS 9 (Classic)
Notes: The following email clients are not compatiable with our secure SMTP server
If your software does not support SSL