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Configuring E-mail Clients for Student E-mail

Some students like to access Richland e-mail on their phones or from home using Outlook, Eudora, Thunderbird, etc., without having to use the web-based interface. Following are basic directions to configure mobile devices and personal computers.

General Configuration Information for Student E-mail (mobile devices & computers)

This information will work for most IMAP enabled phones and mobile devices and is also the basic information needed for setting up e-mail on your computer.

Wherever it refers to your E-mail Address, you should use your For example, or

Wherever it refers to your username or account name, you should use your NetID without the For example maildemo or jdjones.

The incoming server (POP3 or IMAP) and outgoing server (SMTP) servers are both

Outgoing e-mail (SMTP) will require authentication and secure connections (SSL). The login information is the same as your user information. Use your NetID without the The SMTP port should be port 465.

Incoming IMAP connections require secure connections (SSL) on port 993.

Incoming POP3 connections require secure connections (SSL) on port 995