Email Server Details

Use the following settings to set up your pop/imap and smtp access for your Angry Frog! email accounts.

We currently support the following mail software officially, if you chose to use a different system, your mileage may vary, and any support rendered is not included in your hosting plan.  If your mail client is listed in the Grade B and C list, why not try one of the free options in the Grade A list:

Grade A Supported Mail Clients

(we guarantee your emails will work on these systems):
  • Mac Mail on Macintosh snow leopard and newer.
  • Angry Frog! Webmail on Internet Explorer 8 or newer, Firefox (all versions), Safari (all versions), Google Chrome (all versions)
  • Microsoft Outlook 2007 and newer on Windows XP and newer.
  • Microsoft Outlook 2011 and Entourage 2004 and newer on Macintosh.
  • Apple iOS mail on iPad and iPhone on iOS 5 and newer
  • Android mail on Android 2.3 and newer
  • Mozilla Thunderbird (all versions) on Macintosh, Windows XP and newer, and Linux (most distros)
  • Google Gmail POP connector.
  • Microsoft Outlook.com POP connector.
  • Microsoft Office365 POP/IMAP connector.

Grade B and C Mail Clients

(your emails should work, but we will charge you for assistance with setup, and any time spent investigating any issues):
  • Microsoft Outlook Express on Windows XP
  • Angry Frog! Webmail on any version of Internet Explorer older than Version 8, or any browser not listed in the grade A list.
  • Windows Mail on Windows Vista
  • Microsoft Outlook 2003 and older
  • Mac Mail on Mac OS X versions older than Snow Leopard.
  • iOS mail on iPad and iPhone on iOS 4.3 and older.
  • Android mail on Android 2.2 or older.
  • Windows Live Mail (all versions)
  • Evolution Groupware suite (Linux - most distros)

If your mail client isn't listed at all above, chances are it might work, but you take all risk.

Note - you may find that some ISPs and Anti-virus programmes block port 25, in which case, you should use the port 2525 setting for your outbound (SMTP) server.

Incoming (IMAP) server details - recommended

IMAP mail is the best way to store your emails, because we keep a copy of your entire mail directory stored on the server, and you can sync it across all of your devices including you PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Android, and webmail.

hostname: imap.angryfrog.io - port 143

username: {your email address}

password: {your email password}

Incoming (POP) server details - only use this if you are sure you want to use POP.

POP mail is a very risky way to use email, because your sent items are not stored on the server, nor are any of your folder archives.  If you are would like to discuss your requirements, please contact us.

hostname: pop.angryfrog.io - port 110

username: {your email address}

password: {your email password}

Outgoing (SMTP) server details - important to use if you want to be sure your email won't end up in people's spam inboxes!

Just because you CAN send via mail.bigpond.com or similar ISP address, doesn't mean you should.  A common form of spam control (SPF) actually filters the majority of emails sent via ISP mail servers for you@yourdomain email accounts.

Please use these settings:

hostname: smtp.angryfrog.io - port 25 (or port 2525 if you experience difficulties)

username: {your email address} - NOTE some mail programmes say this is optional it is REQUIRED TO USE OUR SERVICE.

password: {your password} - NOTE some mail programmes say this is optional it is REQUIRED TO USE OUR SERVICE.

If you have any issues, please email support@angryfrog.io 

Last Updated: Fri Jun 12 10:28:14 2015

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