RCNet Email and Spamblocking Information Page


Setup information for your email client software such as Thunderbird, Outlook Express, etc:
pop3
incoming pop3 email server = mail.rc.net
outgoing smtp email server = whatever smtp outgoing email server name your ISP gives you to use.

Note: Your ISP may also require some authentication using a login ID and password that they will give you. Click here for more information on authentication, including special info for AT&T customers

For even more detailed setup information, including screen shots, Click here


To access your email while travelling via our webmail option:
http://webmail.rc.net


To change your email password or set a vacation message:
http://mail.rc.net:30


To access your spamblocking account where you can view blocked spam, change your settings, block or allow senders, etc:
http://login.postini.com


SPECIAL NOTE FOR AT&T CUSTOMERS:
If you are getting "send errors" or "553 errors", you may need to authorize your rc.net email address with AT&T. (AT&T has been randomly implementing this requirement.)
The steps to do this are:
  • With your browser, go to www.att.net
  • Click on "Mail" and sign in using your AT&T email address and password.
  • Click the "gear" icon in the upper right area of the page
  • Click on "Mail Options" in the pulldown menu that appears
  • Click on "Mail Accounts" in the menu on the left side of the screen
  • Click the "+add" button
  • Fill in the name (your display name, anything is fine) and your rc.net email address and click "continue"
  • In the new window that opens up, don't fill in any fields, just click on "SKIP THIS STEP, SETUP TO SEND ONLY" at the bottom
  • Now check your rc.net email for the message from AT&T, follow the clickthrough step there, and your email address will now be authorized to send through AT&T's outgoing email server


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