Kinamo mail server settings (mail server cheat sheet)

Last updated on 06 Sep 2023, 13:10:50.
Category: Email


The following article provides the basic settings and server names (domain names) for the Kinamo mail infrastructure. These settings allow you to configure your e-mail account on the majority of e-mail software and mobile devices.

User data

Kinamo uses your full e-mail address as a username!

UsernameYour complete e-mail address eg.
PasswordThe password of your e-mail address.

Incoming server (IMAP)

You may configure your e-mail account as an IMAP account (mails will stay on the server) or POP3 account (mails will be downloaded and erased from the server). Both have different settings!

The following settings are subject to IMAP accounts:

Type accountIMAP
Server for incoming
Port for incoming e-mail993
SSL securityActive

Incoming server (POP3)

The following settings are subject to POP3 accounts:

Type accountPOP3
Server for incoming
Port for incoming e-mail995
SSL securityActive

Outgoing server (SMTP)

The following settings are for the outgoing server.
Attention, this server requires authentication (you must authenticate using your e-mail address and password).
Do not forget to activate "usage of the Kinamo SMTP services" for your e-mail address in the My Kinamo website!

Server for outgoing
Port for outgoinge-mail587
SSL securityActive
Authentication requiredYes, e-mail address and password

DNS settings

Make sure that the MX record for your domain name points to the Kinamo mail infrastructure:

@ IN MX 10

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