|Email Username||Your full E-mail Address |
|Incoming Mail Server (POP3)||mail.gotnet.net (Port 110 – no SSL)|
|Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP)||smtp.gotnet.net (Port 587 – no SSL)|
SETTINGS SCREEN SHOTS FROM POPULAR EMAIL CLIENTS
|• Mail app (Win 10)|
• Windows Live Mail
• Outlook Express (XP only)
|• Outlook (Windows versions)|
• Mac Mail
|Dial-Up Access Number||Contact Support at (800) 939-3983|
|Dial-Up Connection Username||Your full E-mail Address (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Password||Usually same as your email password|
|IP Address / Default Gateway||Automatically Specified|
▶ Barracuda Spam Filter settings
▶ Webmail Basics
Most connectivity issues can be resolved by following the below steps.
If you are unable to establish an Internet connection please power cycle your DSL modem simply by unplugging the power cord and plugging it back in. Once your DSL modem has been turned back on, power cycle your wireless router (if you have one) and restart your computer system. If you are still unable to establish an Internet connection you can try some of the below suggestions.
Ensure that the connections between your phone jack, DSL modem, wireless router (if you have one), and computer system are properly connected.
Ensure that any device connected to your phone line other than your DSL modem has a filter attached to it. There should NOT be a filter on the phone line between the modem and the wall.
If none of the above has corrected your connectivity issue you can perform a factory reset on your DSL modem. This is done by depressing the recessed reset button on the back of your DSL modem for ten seconds while the DSL modem is turned on. Allow 5 minutes for the DSL modem to reset itself and renegotiate a DSL signal.
If your DSL connection speed seems to have slowed down please power cycle your DSL modem by unplugging the power cord and plugging it back in; also power cycle your wireless router if you have one. Perform a speed test at www.speedtest.net. For a 1.5Mbit/second connection your download speed should be around 1200 Kbits/second (1.2Mbps).
Slow Connection Speeds
If your connection speed is with in this range you are running at optimal levels. If things still seem to be moving very slowly it might be a good time to have your computer system serviced.
Technical / Billing Support
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