Knowledgebase : E-Mail Services > POP3 Server (Incoming)
POP3 stands for Post Office Protocol version 3, which is the generally accepted protocol used for authentication and downloading e-mail.
Woollybear.com's POP3 server runs on port 110. This is important but probably not needed for your e-mail client configuration.
The POP3 server stores all accumulated e-mail for each client on a per domain basis. Think of the POP3 server similar to your local Post Office, where people with PO Boxes can check for new mail (e-mail) at anytime using a key (login and password combinat...
Woollybear.com uses the Exim mail program, (which is subject to change at any time).
You can store up to the full amount of storage available on your hosting account with us. However, there may be limitations set by you specific to each POP3 account you have set up. For example, you may create an account for a friend and limit their di...
Yes. Any e-mail you have stored on the server counts as storage for your account. This is one reason we recommend not storing e-mail on the server. Once you download and read your mail, you should ensure that your e-mail client deletes the mail from the s...
There can be several reasons for this. One of which is that you have received an e-mail message with a large attachment. An example would be that someone sent you an e-mail with a 10MB attachment. If you connect on a 28.8 Kbps modem, this would take appro...
If you are entering in the correct login, then you must be using the wrong password for this particular POP3 account. It is very important to remember that both the login and the password are case sensitive! Try several times, making sure that you are ent...
When your account is created, a master POP3 account is set-up by default. This account is username@yourdomain.com and this name cannot be changed. In your Control Panel, you will notice that this POP3 account is "locked". While you cannot delete it, you ...
Yes. Changing your system password will change your master email account password.