How do I find my email POP settings?

First, set up POP in Gmail

  1. On your computer, open Gmail.
  2. In the top right, click Settings. See all settings.
  3. Click the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab.
  4. In the “POP download” section, select Enable POP for all mail or Enable POP for mail that arrives from now on.
  5. At the bottom of the page, click Save Changes.

What are the server settings for Bigpond email?

Setup Your Account with Your Email Program Using IMAP (Telstra Mail) IMAP Server
IMAP port 993
IMAP security SSL
IMAP username Your full email address
IMAP password Your password

What is POP email setting?

POP, short for the Post Office Protocol, is used to sync email from Gmail to any compatible mail client, such as Outlook, Thunderbird, or Apple Mail.

What is my POP server username?

The POP server is and the port is 995. The username and password for your mail settings is the same as what you use to log into Gmail.

How do I find my POP username?

In your mail program, set your username as follows: Username: Password: whatever you specified when setting up your user account.

Can I change a POP account to IMAP?

In Mail, you can’t change an email account from POP to IMAP. Instead, you need to create a new account. Choose File -> Add Account, and enter the information that you obtained in step 3 above. To switch your email over to IMAP, you need to create a new account using the settings you’ve collected.

How do I access my BigPond email in Outlook?

In Account Type select IMAP. In Incoming mail server enter:….Update the Logon Information:

  1. In Username enter your Telstra Mail email address.
  2. In Password enter your Telstra email account password – REMEMBER it will be case-sensitive!
  3. Untick the box ‘Require logon using Secure Password Authentication (SPA)’

How do I find my POP username and password?

How do you check if my email is POP or IMAP?

Android tablets and smartphones

  1. Go to Settings scroll down to the Accounts section and select your email account.
  2. Select Account Settings.
  3. Select the account you want to check.
  4. Scroll to Server Settings and select Incoming settings.
  5. You’ll be able to see whether you’re using IMAP or POP by the server type.

What is the difference between IMAP and POP email accounts?

The key difference is where your emails are stored. With POP your emails are downloaded to your device and deleted from the server (unless you change the default settings). With IMAP, emails “reside” on the server and you can easily read and interact with emails from multiple devices.

What is the incoming server for BigPond?
Incoming server address: Incoming server port: 995. Encrypted connection: SSL.

Why can’t I access my BigPond emails?

Check your internet connection. Check your password is correct. Recover your username and password here. Make sure you’re using the latest email settings for your device.

What is my POP server?

Type the name and port of the incoming mail server into your email software. The IMAP server is and the port is 993. The POP server is and the port is 995. The username and password for your mail settings is the same as what you use to log into Gmail.

What is the difference between POP and IMAP settings?

How do I log into my BigPond email?

webmail link • Enter your BigPond username (or email address) • Enter your password, then click ‘Log in’. Access to email using your email client and smartphone As an alternative to webmail, you can use email ‘client’ software on your computer or mobile device. Common examples of these include Outlook#, Thunderbird and Apple* Mail

How to set up your BigPond email?

How to Set Up To set up your email account on macOS or Windows, first download and install the Postbox desktop email app. Next, from the File menu select New > Mail Account, then enter the email settings outlined below.

How can we change BigPond email password?

Your email address

  • Your Telstra home phone number
  • Your mobile number
  • Your date of birth
  • Why is my BigPond email account so slow?

    Microsoft Outlook

  • Mac Mail
  • Windows Mail