How to setup your emails

How can I start using my emails

Your mailbox is also accessible via the built-in  webmail. While in continous development, the webmail is intented to be minimalistic in design and bare bones in features. For a more powerfull email client, use a full featured application like Thunderbird on PC, Gmail app on Android or Apple Mail on iOS and Mac.

Webmail location.

JungleWP Webmail

To start using the mailbox with your email client, you need to configure it to use JungleWP's servers.

iOS Email setup:

  1. Open iOS Mail from your device.
  2. Click on other.
  3. Choose Add Mail Account.
  4. Fill the required fields with the information you received by email, and follow the instructions in the video below.

Apple Configuration Profile

Apple devices (Mac/iOS) can be automatically configured via an Apple configuration profile. This file (.mobileconfig) contains signed mailbox configuration information which can autoconfigure the target device. Once transferred to the device, it must be opened via Safari or Apple Mail. Your  Apple mobileconfig profile file is emailed to you and can be requested to [email protected]

Gmail App setup for Android:

  1. Click on settings in your Android device.
  2. Scroll down and choose Accounts.
  3. Choose Add account.
  4. Choose Personal (IMAP).
  5. Fill the required fields with the information you received by email, and follow the instructions in the video below.

Mozilla Thunderbird setup:

If you use Mozilla Thunderbird as your preferred email client, Thunderbird autoconfig will automatically detects JungleWP's mailbox configuration for a given email address when adding a new account.


While configuring your email client, the mailbox username is always the full email address. Authentication method is always normal/plain password.
Some email clients might be able to automatically configure JungleWP-hosted mailboxes by analyzing the email address and either guessing or fetching the configuration from JungleWP.
Please always ensure the auto-configuration matches the one given below.

Configuration parameters

Incoming Mail / IMAP

IMAP is the most commonly used protocol for receiving mail. Instead of downloading messages, it syncs the email clients with the server. So all emails are stored centrally on the email server. This makes it optimal when accesing the mailbox using multiple devices. When in doubt, choose IMAP.

IMAP Server Port Connection Security 993 SSL/TLS

Outgoing Mail (SMTP)

SMTP takes care of delivering outgoing messages. Note the STARTTLS value for connection security instead of SSL/TLS.

SMTP Server Port Connection Security 587 STARTTLS

Incoming Mail / POP3

POP3 is the old-fashioned protocol for receiving messages by simulating physical mail. Once downloaded by the email client, messages are typically deleted from the remote server. POP3 by design has no support for folders or mail syncing. If using only one device to access the mailbox, POP3 could be a good choice. Otherwise, we recommend using IMAP (above).Note that the POP3 is served via the same server as IMAP but through a different port.

POP3 Server Port Connection Security 995 SSL/TLS

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