Plus & Pro Email Setup Instructions

Learn how to access webmail and download step-by-step email setup instructions for your desktop email program here.

You’ll Need I.T. Help To Set Up Your Computers

Because every computer and network is different, nine10 cannot provide support setting up or troubleshooting problems with your computer, Internet, network, or phone configuration beyond what is provided here. For more details, please refer to our Statement of Support.

Need Help Finding an I.T. Professional?

We recommend other Chamber members. Your best bet to find an IT professional to help with your email can likely be found under the “Computer Networks” category of the Chamber’s Membership Directory:

Email System Status

If you are having trouble with your email, check the System Alerts page first:

http://support.godaddy.com/system-alerts/

This page will give you up-to-the-minute updates on email issues on our server. If they are having problems, please check this page for updates (nine10 will not have control over these issues and won’t be able to resolve anything shown here.)

If the status page says that all systems are go, then contact us for further help & troubleshooting.

How to access your webmail

You can access your email account online from anywhere by using the following information:

Step by step setup instructions for popular email software

Use the link below to get instructions on how to set up your email account in various email programs. If you use Microsoft Outlook, you can download a setup tool which will do everything for you!

  1. Browse to http://x.co/infocenter
  2. Username: Your full email address (e.g. john@somewhere.com)
  3. Password: Your password

Use the options on the right to find instructions for your email program, or if you know how to set up the accounts yourself, use the server settings below to set it up.

Should I choose POP or IMAP?

Use POP for all settings.

Server Settings for Advanced Users

For your convenience, the server settings for email accounts are:

DirectionServer TypeServer NamePort
Incoming MailPOPpop.secureserver.net110
Outgoing MailSMTPsmtpout.secureserver.net25, 80, 587, 3535