In this guide, you will find detailed steps for how to setup your Atlantic.Net email account using general account settings.

Please note that Atlantic.Net does not provide support for third-party email applications, but we provide the following information so you can configure access with a program that you are familiar with. We recommend taking your device to a local technician if you have trouble configuring the application, or to your phone provider if you need assistance configuring your phone or tablet. If the settings do not work on your device, we recommend that you use the webmail provided by Atlantic at https://webmail.atlantic.net.

Email Server Information

The following information remains the same whether you set up the application as a POP3 or IMAP client:

  • Incoming server: mail.atlantic.net
  • Outgoing server: mail.atlantic.net
  • Username: full email address

IMAP Client Setup

To set up your email as an IMAP client, use these ports and settings:

  • Incoming port: 993
  • Outgoing port: 587 or 2500
  • As this is a TLS/SSL encrypted connection, the TTL/TLS settings must be set to “yes”/”auto”.

If this configuration doesn’t work, you can use the default ports:

  • Incoming port: 143
  • Outgoing port: 25
  • The TLS/SSL setting should be set to “no” when configuring this.

It is not recommended to check your email over these ports when using an insecure connection (e.g., an airport wi-fi or anywhere else where malicious packet sniffers may be in use).

POP3 Client Setup

To set up your email as a POP3 client, use these ports and settings:

  • Incoming port: 995
  • Outgoing port: 587 or 2500
  • As this is a TLS/SSL encrypted connection, the TTL/TLS settings must be set to “yes”/”auto”.

If this configuration doesn’t work, you can use the default ports:

  • Incoming port: 110
  • Outgoing port: 25
  • When configuring this, set TLS/SSL to “no.”

It is not recommended to check your email over these ports when using an insecure connection (e.g., an airport wi-fi or anywhere else where malicious packet sniffers may be in use).