Cap Rock is improving the way your email is received and sent. The server used by Cap Rock in the past utilized POP3 protocol. We now are making IMAP Protocol available to improve our email services. Please see the following thumbnails for further information:
What does this mean? Authentication is the process of determining whether someone or something is, in fact, who or what it declares itself to be, in this case, a username and password. So what this means is you are going to set up what countries in which your username and password can be used in. […]
Unfortunately, you cannot “convert” an existing POP3 account directly to an IMAP account. There is a simple three step process: 1. Remove your current POP3 account. 2. Add your new IMAP account. 3. Move all your mail to your new account. Remove your current POP3 account We strongly recommend you do a backup just in […]
check “Require log on using secure password authentication.” Incoming Server Connection Type: POP3 Requires an encrypted connection (SSL) Port: 995 Hostname: mail.caprock-spur.com Username: full email address including @caprock-spur.com Password: Outgoing Server Hostname: mail.caprock-spur.com Port: 587 Security Option: STARTTLS (TLS) Check “My server requires authentication” Username: full email address including @caprock-spur.com Password:
Incoming Server Connection Type: IMAP Port: 993 Security Option: SSL Hostname: mail.caprock-spur.com Username: full email address including @caprock-spur.com Password: Outgoing Server Hostname: mail.caprock-spur.com Port: 587 Security Option: STARTTLS (TLS) Check “My server requires authentication” Username: full email address including @caprock-spur.com Password:
POP3 or IMAP? It’s not just a matter of preference, it’s about how you use your email. POP3 is an older protocol that came about before the new mobile revolution and is not suitable for this new mobile world. However, that doesn’t mean it’s not the right solution for you. Why use POP3? POP3 is […]
Before configuring such a device, we recommend that you have the latest firmware for the device installed first. When configuring the printer/device to send emails, the device has to be configured to use SMTP-authentication with a full email address as the login ID. Cap Rock Telephone Cooperative, Inc. does not support open mail relay.
To add a new account in Windows Live Mail, please follow the steps below: Open Windows Live Mail, click on “accounts” on the toolbar. Click on “Email” Fill in the fields. Email Address: [email protected] Password: Display Name: My Name Check the “Manually configure server settings” checkbox. Click “Next” Decide whether to setup POP3 or IMAP […]
Before making any major changes to outlook or your Outlook settings it is always a good idea to perform a backup of your pst file. This file contains all your personal Outlook folders and email. Also it’s pretty easy to do. Outlook 2013 Click the File Tab Click Open and Export Click Import Export Click […]
Touch the E-Mail icon to configure your e-mail settings. This is located either on your home screen, customized screens, or in the Apps icon which shows all of your apps in one place. Select the three vertical dots at the top-right of the screen. This will bring down the drop-down menu. Then choose Settings. Select […]
IMAP syncs all your email so that you can have it on every device you use. This is a great feature for people on the go that need access to their email messages wherever they are, but it does have some drawbacks. It has to do with space. 200mb may sound like a lot coming […]
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Cap Rock Telephone Cooperative, Inc.
121 East Third Street
P.O. Box 300
Spur Texas 79370
Phone number: 806-271-3336