How to setup your Webmail.

If you are setting up your email as a Pop, use:
Incoming Server: pop.everyone.net (port 110)
Outgoing Server: smtp.everyone.net (port 587)

If you are setting up your email as an Imap, use:
Incoming server: imap.everyone.net (port 143)
Outgoing Server: smtp.everyone.net (port 587)

IMPORTANT: In order to send email, you must set your email software to use authentication when connecting to the outgoing mail server. If your email software asks you to enter a username and password, enter the your full email address as the username and the password provided to you.

Accessing your Webaloo email through the internet. 

  • Open up an internet browser and delete everything in the address bar (ex. https://www.webaloo.com/)
  • Type in https://webmail.everyone.net/
  • Your user name is the first part of your email address before the @ symbol. Your password should have been mailed to you when your account was created.

Setting an auto-response.

Once logged in the webmail click on the ‘options’ tab, then click on ‘auto response.’  Set the auto response to ‘on’ and type your message in the box below.

Setting up your Webaloo email in a mail client.
Find your email client below and click on it to find directions on how to set it up.

Remember to ALWAYS use these settings:

Incoming Server: pop.everyone.net
Outgoing Server: smtp.everyone.net

“I receive emails fine, but I cannot send mail or connect to the smtp server.”

If this is the case your ISP has blocked other SMTP servers as a measure to reduce spam inside its network. You must call your ISP and ask for their SMTP server settings and change them accordingly in your mail client.