Protect Email server communication with SSL

As outlined in our mailbox compromise blog post, one of the easiest way you can reduce the probability of your email details being disclosed is to protect the communication between your email client and Pipe Tens email servers.

SMTP, POP and IMAP services are all provided over SSL with non-SSL protected versions being provided for legacy reasons only.

If you are using email, you should be using SSL.

The secure ports for all email clients can be found below and should be used in combination with SSL:

Outgoing Mail Server (SMTPs): Port 465

Incoming Mail Server (POPs): Port 995

Incoming Mail Server (IMAPs): Port 993

For further assistance with configuring your email client to use SSL, please see our instructions for setting up your email client.

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