Email Server Information


POP3 - mail.yourdomainname.com PORT 110 

SMTP - mail.yourdomainname.com PORT 25 (TLS)

IMAP = mail.yourdomainname.com PORT 143 

To view emails online - webmail.yourdomainname.com  

If you want to use the SSL certificate 

SMTP - mail.yourdomainname.com PORT 587  (TLS)

POP3 - secureit.fatgalah.com.au PORT 995 (SSL) 

IMAP = secureit.fatgalah.com.au PORT 993 (SSL)

Setting up email on your device

When setting up your device, there are a couple of things to remember to set and this can be different from one device to another.
  • Choose the type of email
    • POP3
    • IMAP

This then determines which setting in the above paragraph you will use for incoming (POP3 oe IMAP) and outgoing (SMTP)

All our mail systems are set to use SSL, but in some cases you may have to use non SSL settings.

The username on your accout will be the full email address ie: john@yourdomainname.com.au

Both the incoming and outgoing require username and password. Some devices allow you to set "use the same credentials as incoming setting"

Resetting Mail password on Mac (Apple) laptop


  1. Launch Mail on your Mac.
  2. Click “Mail” from the Mail menu and click “Preferences.” 
  3. Click the “Accounts” tab. A list of your email accounts will appear in the left pane of the Accounts preferences window. 
  4. Select the name of the email account. 
  5. Click the “Passwords” text field to select the old password, press “Delete” and type in your new password. 
  6. Click the red "Close" button at the top of the preferences window to close it.


Resetting Outlook password on Mac (Apple) laptop


  1. On the Tools tab, click Accounts.
  2. On the Tools tab, click Accounts In the left pane, click the account in which you want to change the password. 
  3. In the right pane, enter a new password in the Password box. 
  4. Close the Accounts window. Outlook saves the password automatically.