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Incoming and outgoing server settings for Aussie Broadband email addresses

Last Updated: Tuesday, 27 Feb 2024

This article provides the basic email settings required to set up your email account - these settings should apply to most popular mail apps and programs.

Login details

Use the following information when entering your username and password. Most email apps will ask for this information first.

  • Your Name: (enter the name you'd like to display when sending from this address)

  • Email Address: (your full email address, such as [email protected])

  • Username: (your full email address, such as [email protected])

  • Password: (the password for this email address)

  • Account Type: IMAP (read more before choosing POP/POP3)

The username field should not contain upper case letters and the password is case-sensitive.

Forgot your email password? It can be reset from the MyAussie® app or website.

Recommended server details

  • Incoming (IMAP or POP) Mail Server: mail.aussiebroadband.com.au

  • Outgoing (SMTP) Mail Server: mail.aussiebroadband.com.au

  • Encryption method: SSL/TLS

  • Incoming (IMAP) Port: 993

  • Incoming (POP) Port: 995

  • Outgoing (SMTP) Port: 465

Other connection details

If you prefer to connect using a different protocol, or if your device is not able to connect to SSL or TLS servers, you may use the following alternative options:

Server type, encryption typePort
IMAP, SSL or TLS993
IMAP, no encryption143
POP, SSL or TLS995
POP, no encryption110
SMTP, SSL or TLS465
SMTP, TLS or STARTTLS587
SMTP, no encryption25


What is SSL?

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is the standard security technology for establishing an encrypted link between a web server and a client. This link ensures that all data passed between the web server and browsers remain private and encrypted. SSL is an industry standard and is used by millions of websites in the protection of their online communications with their customers.

What is STARTTLS?

STARTTLS is an email protocol command that tells an email server that an email client, including an email client running in a web browser, wants to turn an existing insecure connection into a secure one.



Having trouble with this guide?

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