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This article will show you how to configure your Apple Mail client to send and receive your Daily email.


Please note: Before you can configure any mail client to send/receive your email, you must have first actually created an email mailbox in your Daily Control Panel. If you have not done so already, please see the following article Creating Email Mailboxes




Important Note: If you will be checking your email using a mobile device (e.g. Android or iPhone etc.) as well as your mail client, we strongly advise you to configure your computer mail client to check mail using IMAP rather than POP

Having a POP connection open on your computer at the same time as checking email on your mobile telephone may result in your mailbox becoming locked (though this is not an issue with having multiple IMAP connections open).


Default Ports for POP3

POP3 Server (Incoming Messages) port 110
Secure (SSL) SSL port 995

SMTP Server port (Outgoing Messages) 25 (or 587)
Secure (SSL) SSL port 465


Default Ports for IMAP

IMAP Server (Incoming Messages) port 143
Secure (SSL) SSL port 993

SMTP Server (Outgoing Messages) port 25 (or 587)
Secure (SSL) SSL port 465




1) Click the Mail icon in the Dock.
If you are launching Mail for the first time, it prompts you to set up an account. If you already have an account in Mail, and wish to add another account for your Daily.co.uk email, open the Mail application and follow the menu path Mail, Preferences & Accounts, then click on the + (plus) sign in the lower-left corner.

2) In the Welcome to Mail window, fill in the following fields:

Full Name: Your Name.
Email Address: The email address your are setting up the account for.
Password: The password for your mailbox.

Click Continue.

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3) in the Incoming Mail Server section, fill in the following fields:

Account Type: POP3 or IMAP
Description: A description for the mail account
Incoming Mail Server: pop.daily.co.uk
User Name: Your full email address.
Password: The password for your mailbox.

Click Continue

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4) In the Incoming Mail Security windows, make sure Use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is ticked and that Authentication: is set to Password.

Click Continue.

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5) On the Outgoing Mail Server screen, fill in the followin sections:

Description: A description for the mail account you are creating.
Outgoing Mail Server: mail.daily.co.uk
Use only this server: Ticked.
Use Authentication: Ticked.
User Name: Your full email address.
Password: The password for your mailbox.

Click Continue.

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6) Make sure the settings on the Account Summary screen are the same as the settings in the image below. (Replace Account Description,
Full Name, Email Address & User Name for your own details).

Click Create to finish creating your account and save the settings.

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Last Updated: 20/01/2015
Article ID: 1115
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