Posts By: Blake

Use Gmail as a Mail Client

Posted on December 2, 2019 by - Email Help

Let’s say you really, really dig the Gmail email interface. You want to use it with all of your email accounts, not just Gmail. Well you’re in luck! Google lets you do that. At least with POP3 accounts they do. Here I’ll show you how to add an Infologistix email account to Gmail. You’ll then be able to send and receive email with your account through the Gmail web interface. (You can click or tap any image to make it larger.)

Be sure to use a computer to complete this task. The email address will be automatically added to the Gmail mobile apps.

This tutorial has 8 steps.

Step 1.

Click on the gear icon and select Settings. Then click “Accounts and Import”. Then look for “Check mail from other accounts” and click the link “add a mail account”

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Step 2.

Add your email address in the field provided and click “Next”.


Step 3.

Click “Next”.


Step 4.

Use your entire email address as the user name. Fill in your password and POP Server (if you’re not sure ask us: email hidden; JavaScript is required) and select port 995. Be sure to check the box next to “Always use a secure connection” (Super Important!) Click “Next”.


Step 5.

You likely want to be able to reply from and send email from the same address it was received at. Check “Yes” and click “Next”


Step 6.

Fill in your from name as you want it to appear in your recipients inbox (anything you want here). Then uncheck the “Treat as an alias” box. Click “Next”.


Step 7.

Fill in the same info from Step 4. Select port 587. Check “Secured connection using TLS”. Click “Add Account”.


Step 8.

Check your Infologistix email account (the one we added here) for the Google confirmation code. Be patient! It will arrive, but sometimes it takes a while. If you lose patience click the “Send again” link (but you only get one more chance!). Enter the code and click “Verify”.


Woohoo! All done. Remember if you need help email us email hidden; JavaScript is required or click the blue help button at the bottom right on this page.


Windows Live Mail POP Setup

Posted on May 15, 2017 by - Email Help

These settings will allow you to set up POP on your Windows Live Mail so that you can connect it to the server to download your mail.


  • Open Windows Live Mail
  • Add an email account
  • Select File from the menu at the top of the window
  • Select Options
  • Choose Email Accounts…
  • Select Add
  • Select Email Account
  • Enter the following information:
  • Email address: Your email address
  • Password: Your email password
  • Remember this password: Yes (add a check mark)
  • Display name for your sent messages: Your first and last name e.g. John Smith (or anything you want)
  • Manually configure server settings: Yes (add a check mark)
  • Select Next
  • Enter Incoming server information
  • Server type: POP
  • Server address:
  • Port: 995
  • Logon user name: Entire email address (including the part)
  • Enter outgoing server information
  • Server address:
  • Port: 587
  • Requires authentication: Yes (add a check mark)
  • Click Next and then Finish

Managing Good Mail in the Junk Folder

Posted on November 7, 2016 by - Email Help

Occasionally good mail will land in the Junk folder. Some Internet providers (especially telco and cable companies) have terrible IP address reputations. If you want to prevent a senders email from landing in the junk again here’s what you can do:

Step 1.

Log in to your webmail. Go to the junk folder. Select the good email:


Step 2.

Click on the “Actions” menu, hover over “Mark” and then select “Not Spam”:


This will do two things — 1. it will move the message to your inbox and 2. it will ensure this senders email goes straight to the inbox next time.

New SSL Security Certificate on

Posted on May 16, 2014 by - Support Desk Home

If your site is located on our server we have good news. We have moved from a self signed SSL certificate to a browser trusted CA issued certificate. So what does this do for you? Well it means you wont have to endure browser warnings about the control panel not being trusted. The login was always protected via SSL encryption, but now no warnings!


Small office, home office web and email hosting

Posted on December 15, 2011 by - Company

Our Small Business and Home Office Web Hosting Package is a great place to get started. Most small businesses find this is all they need to host their site and company email. It’s also great for bloggers, MySQL based web applications, and all kinds of Open Source content management systems (CMS). In fact our control panel lets you install the most popular of these applications with just one click!