Outlook/Thunderbird Settings for users
Type: IMAP (also valid for POP3)
Incoming mail server (IMAP) : mag.magicangelwest.com
Outgoing Server (SMTP): mag.magicangelwest.com
Login Name:Your FULL email address i.e. email@example.com
More Setting General Tab
Check: My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication
More Settings Advanced Tab
Port: Use default, expect 25, change to 587.
Iphone 6s setup
Please follow the setup instructions listed above for those items which are blocked out.
Your email has been provided to you. Your password has been provided to you, if not, please contact your email coordinator and determine the correct settings.
Replace the red items with the correct settings.
Type: IMAP, Your name is your name, your email is your email. Your host name is listed above.
REMEMBER your host name is listed above, these are examples, and we have hidden the actual name because yours will be different.
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Trouble Shooting Outlooks
NOTE: On October 19th, 2014, MagicAngel.net's servers switched off PLAIN TEXT authentication. This change was required to remain PCI compliant. Emails that receive the above errors are not setup correctly to use TLS, SSL or STARTTLS encryption for their emails. This is now a requirement to use our system.
Outlook Example (Thunderbird)
More Settings (Outgoing Server):
More Settings (Advanced):
Fill out Your Name, Email address and your email Password. Leave "remember password" checked. Press Continue.
Press "Manual Setup"
Change the YELLOW areas:
Server Name: Change to what is listed in the information above. mag.magicangelwest.com
Check for new messages every 1 minute
Check Clean up and Empty Trash on Exit will limit the mail you store online. These are suggested settings.
Additionally, you may change STARTTLS to TLS/SSL
Scroll to the bottom of the left hand column and select "Outgoing Server (SMTP)"
Select your new account and press EDIT.
Change Server Name: to
You should be finished. Hit OK and OK. You will be prompted once or so for your password and then you should be ready to read and send mail.