eMail :: smtp settings


POP and IMAP is what allows you to download messages from Gmail’s servers onto your computer so you can access your mail with a program like Microsoft Outlook or Thunderbird, even when you aren’t connected to the Internet.

Unlike POP, IMAP offers two-way communication between your web Gmail and your email client. This means when you log in to Gmail using a web browser, actions you perform on email clients and mobile devices (ex: putting mail in a ‘work’ folder) will instantly and automatically appear in Gmail (ex: it will already have a ‘work’ label on that email the next time you sign in).

IMAP also provides a better method to access your mail from multiple devices. If you check your email at work, on your mobile phone, and again at home, IMAP ensures that new mail is accessible from any device at any given time.

Finally, IMAP offers a more stable experience overall. Whereas POP is prone to losing messages or downloading the same messages multiple times, IMAP avoids this through two-way syncing capabilities between your mail clients and your web Gmail.


Topmail : is the server for both in/outgoing mail

Eircom SMTP (Outgoing) Server :   OR   OR


Irish Broadband SMTP (Outgoing) Server:


Magnet SMTP (Outgoing) Server  :


NTL/UPC SMTP (Outgoing) Server :


Ice Broadband SMTP (Outgoing) Server :


Vodafone SMTP (Outgoing) Server :


O2 SMTP (Outgoing) Server :


Clearwire SMTP (Outgoing) Server : /


Digiweb SMTP (Outgoing) Server :


Imagine Broadband SMTP (Outgoing) Server : OR


Perlico SMTP (Outgoing) Server :


3 SMTP (Outgoing) Server: Mobile broadband with 3 mobile Ireland


Gmail SMTP Server : (use authentication)

Use Authentication: Yes

Port for TLS/STARTTLS: 587

Port for SSL: 465

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