Resources for email – design, delivery, testing, clients
Go Daddy email server settings.
By Jason on July 10, 2013
|Incoming server (POP3):
|110, 995 (SSL)|
|Incoming server (IMAP):
|143, 993 (SSL)|
|Outgoing server (SMTP):
|80, 3535, 25, 465 (SSL)|
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Here’s a good source of screen shots and directions for email support
By Justin on June 17, 2013
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By Justin on May 16, 2013
Email Testing Services: https://litmus.com
Browser Testing Services: http://www.browserstack.com
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By Jason on November 12, 2010
I know we all love ipChicken and ipGoat to find our ip address.
If you get sick of those, you can go to http://www.meta13.com/ip to see the same stuff.
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Alternative port for sending email
By Justin on August 5, 2010
If a user is getting their outgoing email blocked by some lame ISP like charter. Then have them use port 587 instead of port 25. That should work on the SB servers. Gators alternate port is 26 though 587 may work too.
Interesting info if you care: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,1838667,00.asp and http://www.mostlygeek.com/tech/smtp-on-port-587/.
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