Zimbra Mail

EMail & Web Mail Configuration

Security:

To take full advantage of SSL Encryption for your mail, you must use zimbra.nsoit.com as your pop3 and smtp server setting.

Username changes:

Your username on the new server is your email address.  You may currently have accounts set up with a dot in place of the @ sign in your email address.  Those will need to be changed.  For example: username.mydomain.com will become username@mydomain.comNo matter what your username is right now, you will need to make sure the username is changed to your email address when it goes live. 

Account settings:

  • UserName: is equal to your full email address
  • IMAP port number: 143
  • IMAP SSL port number: 993
  • IMAP Server (incoming mail server): zimbra.nsoit.com
  • POP3 port number: 110
  • POP3 SSL port number: 995
  • POP3 Server (incoming mail server): zimbra.nsoit.com
  • SMTP port number: 25 (alternate port for ISPs that do not allow port 25: 587)
  • SMTP server (outgoing mail server): zimbra.nsoit.com
  • Web Mail Interface: https://zimbra.nsoit.com

Setting up Outlook 2010

These are screen shots from outlook.

  • Do not check require SPA

 Outlook outgoing mail server settings.

Outlook Advanced POP3 settings

If you use an address other than zimbra.nsoit.com you may get something like this.  You can choose yes, or change the smtp. pop3 and imap server settings to zimbra.nsoit.com


Setting up Outlook 2007

These are screen shots from outlook.

 Outlook outgoing mail server settings.

Outlook Advanced POP3 settings

If you use an address other than zimbra.nsoit.com you may get something like this.  You can choose yes, or change the smtp. pop3 and imap server settings to zimbra.nsoit.com


Windows Live

The following specific Account tabs apply to Windows Live mail:

Server Tab:

Settings button:

 

Advanced Tab:


Thunderbird Settings

You can use IMAP for thunderbird.


Eudora Settings

The following settings are for use in setting up your Eudora email account.

 

Android and Smart Phone Settings 

To use IMAP (incoming mail server):

Username: your full email address.
Password: your given password.
Imap Server: zimbra.nsoit.com
Port: 993
Security Type: SSL
Authentication method: Login or Auto

To Use POP3 (incoming mail server):

Username: your full email address.
Password: your given password.
POP3 Server: zimbra.nsoit.com
Port: 110
Security Type: TLS
Authentication method: Password or Auto

SMTP Settings (outgoing mail server):

Username: your full email address.
Password: your given password.
POP3 Server: zimbra.nsoit.com
Port: 587
Security Type: TLS
Authentication method: Login or Auto
Require sign in or require login: Yes

 

Spam Settings

Ths Zimbra server has build in spam control. This should cause less spam to be delivered to your inbox.  You can assist the process by training the server as to what is spam. To do this, you will need to log into your account on the server web interface @ http://zimbra.nsoit.com and check your mail there. Any messages that you consider spam or junk can be marked that way by right-clicking on the message and selecting “Mark as Spam”. If no messages are on the webmail interface, you will need to change your account to leave messages on the server for 7 days or so, so that you can check this weekly. You can also log into the web interface and check the Junk folder to see if anything is being caught that should not be.