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What are the POP3/SMTP Settings for SecureMail?

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DataMotion SecureMail is the only email encryption service that directly integrates into any email client using secured POP3 and SMTP connections. This means that you can enable sending and receiving SecureMail messages directly through your existing email client (Outlook, Thunderbird, etc).

Your SecureMail email address is probably the same as your primary or corporate email address, and if so your device is already configured to access your primary e-mail account. In order to make it easier to distinguish your primary e-mail account from your SecureMail account, we will use a modified version of your email address for this account. Do not worry; this is not a new email address but a way to distinguish between your primary email account (where you send unsecured email) and your SecureMail account.

For example, if you have the email address user@company.com, you would enter secureuser@company.com as your SecureMail account name. When you send a message the DataMotion service will recognize your correct email address (in this case user@company.com) and properly send and receive your messages.

Incoming Mail Server

  • Server Type: POP3
  • Server: ssl.datamotion.com
  • Use SSL: Yes
  • Port: 995
  • Username: your email with DataMotion
  • Password: Your regular SecureMail Password

Outgoing Mail Server (Paid Accounts only)

  • Server: smtp.datamotion.com
  • Use TLS: Yes (Select TLS or STARTTLS)
  • Port: 587
  • Username: your email with DataMotion
  • Password: Your regular SecureMail Password

 

Note

Regardless of the email client you use, you should always add or create a new account. Be careful not to modify any existing accounts.

Updated on March 27, 2018

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