Syncing email on specific devices

|| Content

  • Syncing email accounts
  • General configurations
  • Instructions Links
    • Mac iOS and OS
    • Android and Windows
    • Other systems


  P P Email


  Ameliour Innovations


  Sun, 27 Mar 2022

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Harris Vo 


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Arina Krasnikova


Syncing email on specific devices

This seminar details the process to transfer (“sync”) email data from the PPemail server to your device.  It provides links to detailed, step-by-step instructions from our partner organisation, Namecheap.

Syncing Accounts (in general)

Making material accessible from multiple devices is straightforward but initial setup requires specific steps.  Important terms include server and client.

  • Server: the ‘remote’ device that stores the data to sync
    • a computer linked to the internet
  • Client: the ‘local’ device to receive the data
    • a mobile, desktop computer, laptop, or tablet

To sync information between server and client, set a specific application on a device to contact the server.  The application could be an email browser, a note program, a calendar, an address book, or others of interest.

Regardless the application, the general process is similar:

  • 1) select the application;
  • 2) access the settings function;
  • 3) carefully enter the information provided from PPemail;
  • 4) confirm the the client syncs with the server as expected.

This seminar focuses on syncing emails.  Look for other seminars for different applications.  

PPemail Mail Client Settings

PPemail hosts our various domains on an email server accessible at mail.ppemail.net with the root server named ameliour.net (you may receive messages from this address occasionally).  Login to PPeweb>cP Webmail Home for your specific information.  Generally, the following information is entered in the client program:

  • Username: your e-mail address 
  • Password: the password for PPeweb
  • Incoming server/outgoing server name
    • mail.ppemail.net (or your purchased domain)
  • Incoming server: (IMAP or POP3)
    • IMAP: 993 port for SSL, 143 for TLS
      • Sync actions across all devices
    • POP3: 995 port for SSL, 110 for TLS
      • Actions unique to each device
  • Outgoing server
    • SMTP: 465 port for SSL, 25/587 port for TLS
    • Outgoing server authentication should be switched on
    • Disable secure password authentication (SPA)

Instructions for specific devices

  • Use the settings noted in your Welcome email 
  • See list of all email instructions at Namecheap.
    • Follow the instructions for a ‘cousin’ device if your specific device is not listed; contact us as needed.
  • Direct links to more popular devices are below.

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