Configuring Network Solutions Email

Modified on Tue, 21 May 2024 at 03:28 PM

New instructions after May 2024


As of May 2024, Network Solutions has different requirements for websites attempting to connect via SMTP (which is what AspDotNetStorefront uses to send emails). To connect your website to your Network Solutions email account, you'll need to set up your e-mail page using the settings below: 


in /aesys or your website /admin panel, go to "Configuration > Setup E-Mail"


And use these settings, along with your email and password (unique to your account) to configure your settings like below: 


Mail Server DNS:
web-smtp-oxcs.hostingplatform.com
Mail Server Username (Optional):
enter your email address
Mail Server Password (Optional):
enter the password for your email address
Mail Server TCP Port:
587
Mail Server Requires SSL:
Yes


Your site should look like this:


Now hit the "test all" button and you should see emails arrive at your admin account email address as well as your website email address. You should also see all passing tests on your website. 


Be sure to refresh store before leaving admin to set your changes in place. Your Network Solutions emails should now be working for your website. 


older instructions - before May 2024 (no longer working): 

Once you have signed up for Network Solutions email., you will need to check one setting in your Email Account. Log into your email account and look under settings and make sure that the port is set to 25. 


To do that Log into your Network solutions webmail and click your account in the upper right (1), select "Settings" (2), Click "Accounts" in the left column (3), and then select "Edit" on the email account that showed up (4). 


On the window that pops up, scroll down to the section titled Outgoing server (SMTP)  and make sure that is set to server port 25. 



Next, go to your website /aesys panel and log in then click on Configuration > Set up Email. Make sure you're using the mail.yourdomain.com (with your actual domain in place of "yourdomain"). In the example below, our made up email (sales@yourdomain.com) would be set up like this... 



To make sure everything is set up correctly, hit "Test All" and you should see 4 green "success" bars at the top of the page. 





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