COX.NET Webmail Smtp Settings
Cox.Net is one of the best webmail services that allow you to manage your email account from the mobile phone or desktop of your desire. Configuring and accessing the Cox.net email account is a simple and easy task to perform. However, Cox.net email is no longer available for new users. On August 15, 2019, Cox stopped providing access to new users. The existing Internet users had to create a new email account on Cox.net. The below section covers the Cox.net webmail SMTP settings and how to use it to configure your email account with the email clients, such as Windows Mail and Outlook.
Cox.Net webmail SMTP settings
- Server address: smtp.cox.net
- Port number: 465 or 587
- Encryption: SSL, SSL/TLS, TLS only, or no encryption
- Authentication: Yes, required
- Username: Your Cox.net email account’s address
- Password: Your Cox.net email account’s password
Now, let’s see how to use the Cox.net SMTP settings to configure the email account on Windows Mail.
- Launch the Windows Mail application.
- If you’re launching the Windows Mail app for the first time, a dialog box prompting you to add an account will appear on the screen. Click on the button named “+ Add account” to begin the setup.
- Otherwise, go to the Menu section and select the Add Account option.
- In the Add an account dialog box, click on the Advanced setup button.
- Select Internet email.
- Now, in the opened dialog box, type your Cox.net email account’s address, username, password, account name, incoming email server address, incoming account type, and outgoing (SMTP) email server address in the given fields.
- After entering the required information related to your account, enable the following options:
Outgoing server requires authentication, Use the same user name and password for sending email, Require SSL for incoming email, and Require SSL for outgoing email – you can enable these options as per your desire.
- Click on the Sign In button followed by Done.
To know more about the Cox.net Webmail SMTP settings, contact us.