Can I keep my Internode email address?

Can I keep my Internode email address?

If you are an Internode customer, they allow you to retain an email service for $30 per year.

How do I set up an Internode email account?

Configuring an Internode email account on an Android phone

  1. You will be prompted for your email account information.
  2. In the Email Address field, enter your full Internode email address, for example: [email protected].
  3. In the Password field, enter your Internode password.
  4. Tap Next to continue.

Is Internode email POP3 or IMAP?

Receiving Email (IMAP or POP):

Function Domain name Port
Standard IMAP/POP3: IMAP: 143
POP3: 110
Secure IMAPS/POP3S: IMAP: 993
POP3: 995

How do I reset my Internode Webmail password?

You can change your password by visiting the tools section on the Internode website, and selecting “Change My Password”. NOTE: changing your password affects two things: Your password for access to your broadband account ([email protected])

Can I take my email address to another provider?

A: Unfortunately, when you change service providers, you cannot take your email address with you. Only the ISP could do that since they own the email servers, and it doesn’t make good business sense to help people leave their service. The smartest thing to do is get an email account that will move with you.

Can you transfer email address to another provider?

The most straightforward and quickest way to transfer email address to another provider is the following: Create the exact same email address on the new server. Redirect your domain name – point it at the new server. Configure your email tool to receive/send emails using the new server.

How do I set up Internode email on my Android?

Step 3

  1. The Incoming Settings page will appear.
  2. Set the Protocol to IMAP.
  3. Double-check your Email Address.
  4. Ensure your Username does not include
  5. Set the IMAP server to
  6. Set the Security type to SSL.
  7. Make sure the Server Port is 993.
  8. Once the settings are correct, click Next.

How do I access my modem settings Internode?

Open your preferred web browser – for example, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, or Mozilla Firefox. Enter the following number into the address bar and then hit Enter on your keyboard: 192.168. 1.254 (this number is called an IP Address).

How do I find my Internode password?

If you’ve forgotten your password: just visit to use our Forgotten Password tool. You’ll also find a link to this tool on any My Internode login page. If you get truly stuck, just give us a call on 1300 788 233.

What is my Internode username?

Your Internode username can be found on a recent bill or other paperwork from us. You may also know this as your Internode email address.

How do I change my email address on internode?

The username is used to create your email address, in the form [email protected] You may change a mailbox password at any time, but the username (and derived email address) is fixed. If you need to change an email address you must create a new Extra Mailbox, then remove the unwanted original.

How to add or remove mailboxes in internode?

Select Manage Mailboxes under My Email in the menu. Once logged in, you’ll see a list of your currently configured mailboxes, and you’ll be able to add or remove mailboxes, or change their passwords. Click the Add Extra Mailbox button at the top of Mailbox Manager. You will be taken to the Add Extra Mailbox screen.

What do you need to know about internode webmail?

Internode Webmail allows you to read and send email from within your web browser. Internode E-Mail Configuration allows you to change email forwarding, spam and virus filtering, and auto-responder settings.

When to use the support form for internode?

This support topic should only be used by Customers who have a defined Service Level Agreement with Internode (for example; Business Plan/Pack, Corporate or Government account). If you are unsure about whether you should use this form, please contact your Sales Representative or Account Manager. This is not for Residential services.

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