We are not a general service ISP. We support email only for hosted domains.Email is created, sent, and received by an email program ("client").
- Webmail (Roundcube) lets you read your mail in a Web browser.
- Read your messages with popular email clients like Gmail, MacMail, Outlook, etc.
Notice of outdated information is appreciated.
Clark Internet Webmail
- Go to http://webmail.clarkip.com.
- On your first visit, verify settings with your trainer.
- Sign in with your user ID (your email address) and password as originally assigned or as modified).
- You may wish to change your original password to secure it further.
- Read and respond to messages as with other mail clients.
- To sort by any column, click its title.
- To select options, see Settings (click cogwheel).
- Recommended: Delete unneeded attachments frequently.
IMPORTANT: Gmail uses our server as a POP server, and by default messages will be transferred—not merely copied—to Gmail.
1. Navigate to the remote-accounts forms. (Cogwheel, Settings, Accounts...).
- Username = firstname.lastname@example.org
- Password = original password assigned or one you have modified
- POP Server = mail.clarkip.com
- Port ID = 25, 587, 1110, 9952
- Check boxes as shown3.
- Click Save Changes.
- The POP server is always mail.clarkip.com.
- Username = Use your full address at your hosted domain to access the Clark Internet server.
- Port = Usually 995; a different number such as 25, 587, 1110... may be required by Gmail, which does not reveal how it manages interactions among options, and we cannot help with variations. You may need to experiment.
- Options = check the secure option; we usually recommend checking the labeling option.
- navigate through the menus Tools:Options:Accounts sequence to list your various Internet accounts
- choose your existing mail account, or Add to create a new mail account
- click Properties to add the name or descriptor for this account
The incoming mail server name is mail.clarkip.com. You can type something else here to recognize the account, but we recommend including the server name in the account name.
We're not trying to cover all the myriad exciting ways you could do this.
- incoming server
- server type is POP
- name: mail.clarkip.com unless your service representative has given you a different server name
- outgoing (SMTP) server
- name: as designated by your ISP unless you have been otherwise instructed by your Clark Internet representative.
- account identity is your entire email address, e.g., your_name@your_domain.com
- password is per your own choice
- if the servers are mail.clarkip.com: check the box for password authentication; ask your representative for details; else follow your ISP's instructions
Additional Connection, Security, or Advanced settings may be required; these are outside the scope of this presentation.
Clark Internet is not responsible for the Windows-Outlook setup process. If you find yourself cursing or sobbing uncontrollably, seek help immediately from a qualified therapist specializing in sado-masochism. :-)
(Most of the time Hm gets this wrong. You should always fill in this form as shown.)
Now, you can choose where your email from newly added account will go. By default it will go into a new folder with that email account’s name, but you can OPTIONALLY choose to have it go to any folder including your inbox. Emails from this account will show a diamond on the corner, and you can choose which color of diamond you want as well. (IS THERE NO LIMIT to the talent of the folks at Hotmail? Imagine: An actual diamond shape you can color yourself, just as you did in first grade!)
Use SSL = yes
UNIX / Linux users, use your skilZ to set up your favorite client with these settings.