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What are my email settings?

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The following are the settings for setting up and configuring your email and remote access


User name settings

  • Your Verizon Online user name
  • Your Verizon Online password
High Speed Internet (DSL) settings
  • Domain:
  • Network protocol used: TCP/IP
Mail server settings
  • Incoming mail server (POP3):
  • Incoming Server Port Numbers: 995
  • Outgoing mail server (SMTP):
  • Outgoing Server Port Numbers: 465  Why is this important?
  • Your Verizon Online user name
  • Your Verizon Online password
  • Make sure "This server requires a secure connection (SSL)" is checked.
Home page/FTP setting

Note: After August 21, 2011, Verizon will no longer allow users to FTP their HTML files to the personal web site. Verizon recommends that current FTP users download their files prior to August 21, 2011 to prevent any data loss.

If you still have FTP created files residing on your Personal Webspace that you need to have deleted off the Personal Webspace server, please contact the HSI or Fios tech support by calling 1.800.VERIZON. These files then need to be manually removed by our server team. You will not be able to remove FTP created files via the SiteBuilder tool; however, files created via SiteBuilder are not impacted by this change and you can continue to edit and delete those files within SiteBuilder.

If you still wish to have a Verizon website, please go to our site builder tool available with Personal Webspace. Your home page address:

Remote access settings (Dial-up)
  • Domain:
  • Network protocol used: TCP/IP
    • Note: Remote Access is available only if you subscribe to dial-up roaming with your Verizon High Speed Internet service.


  See Also:
What is SMTP?
What is POP3?
Using your Verizon Email Account in Outlook Express 5-6
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