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    Access your e-mail through a Web browser
    Before you read on, did you know that you can access your Virgin Media Mail through a Web browser? This means you can send and receive messages through just about any computer with a connection to the Internet and also access other great features that are not available to users of e-mail software. Try it now: go to your Virgin Media Mail online by clicking the Email link in the top-right of
    Manual configuration settings for e-mail

    Type of information

    Settings to enter



    Sending mail (SMTP)


    SMTP server name



    SMTP port


    SMTP authentication

    Enabled (or 'Password' on Macs)

    SMTP username

    Full e-mail address, e.g.,



    Receiving mail (POP3)


    POP3 server name

    POP3 SSL


    POP3 port


    POP3 authentication

    Enabled (or 'Password' on Macs)

    POP3 username

    Full e-mail address, e.g.,

    POP3 SPA (Secure Password Authentication)




    Receiving mail (IMAP4)


    IMAP4 server name



    IMAP4 port


    IMAP4 authentication

    Enabled (or 'Password' on Macs)

    IMAP4 username

    Full e-mail address, e.g.,

    IMAP4 SPA (Secure Password Authentication)


    Need advanced help on configuring e-mail?
    If you need help on configuring supported e-mail software, view the relevant help guides in this section. Alternatively, contact our technical support department for assistance. Remember that we can provide assistance only for e-mail software that we support.

    Although we cannot guarantee that other e-mail software and devices will work with our service, our service is standards based and the settings above should be sufficient for you to configure those products yourself. For further information, please consult the setup guide that came with the software or device you are trying to configure.

    Setup guides can usually also be found online on the Internet – use the search box above to search for your particular piece of software