Email Clients

Email clients allow you to manage your emails on your desktop operating system. The are various email clients for each system and we recommend Thundirbird as it supports Linux, Windows and Mac. As well as a full featured web-based email app to access email through your web browser, YMOZ supports a variety of email clients, both on desktop computers and on smartphones. Below, you can find a number of configuration guides that explain how to configure your YMOZ mailbox to send email directly from your computer.

Mozilla Thunderbird

Thunderbird open source email client works within Firefox which has up to date interface and latest technologies for smooth operations and reliable email experience.

  • Launch Thunderbird.
  • If this is the first time you launched Thunderbird, it asks you whether you would like a new email address.
  • Click to skip this step and instead select to "use my existing email"
  • Go to the "File" menu and select New, Existing Mail Account...
  • Enter your name, email address and your mailbox password (or app specific password). Make sure the Remember password checkbox is selected and click Continue.
  • It will now check for the auto-configuration server, make sure IMAP is selected and click Done.
  • To sync your Thunderbird contacts with the YMOZ server, click on the arrow next to "Address Books" and click the Connect button on each address book you would like to use.
  • To sync your Thunderbird calendars with the YMOZ server, click on the arrow next to "Calendars" and click the Connect button on each calendar you would like to use.
  • Click Finish to close the Account Setup window.

EM Client

  • Launch eM Client.
  • If this is the first time you launched eM Client, it asks you to set up your account.
  • Go to Menu at the top, select Tools and Accounts.
  • Enter your email address and click Start Now.
  • Enter your password and click Continue.
  • Enter your name and click Next.
  • Click Finish.

Apple Mail (Mac OS)

Setting up on Mac will be as simple as clicking the links below depending on the type of set up you are using. Using an app-specific password is best practice.

IMAP, SMTP and Cal/CardDAV

This method configures IMAP, CardDAV and CalDAV.

  • Download and open mail.ymoz.com/mobileconfig.php
  • Enter the unlock code (iPhone) or computer password (Mac).
  • Enter your email password when prompted.

This method configures IMAP and SMTP only.

Exchange ActiveSync emulation

On iOS, Exchange ActiveSync is also supported as an alternative to the procedure above. It has the advantage of supporting push email (i.e. you are immediately notified of incoming messages without refreshing), but has some limitations, e.g. it does not support more than three email addresses per contact in your address book. Follow the steps below if you decide to use Exchange instead.

  • Open the Settings app, tap Mail, tap Accounts, tap Add Acccount, select Exchange.
  • Enter your email address and tap Next.
  • Enter your password, tap Next again.
  • Finally, tap Save.

Windows Mail

Windows Mail comes installed with Windows and is a simple and easy to connect email services to.

Microsoft Outlook

Outlook is a popular email client for Windows. Just like other email clients, it will allow you to manage multiple accounts and configure several email accounts for a unified inbox.