Mail, Calendar, Contact, IM Setup

Note: Email quota by default is set at 3GB or 8GB depending on your account. More is available. The “Deleted Items” and “Junk Email” folders on the server auto-delete after 15 days. (alternate settings by request).

Auto Configuration

This is the easiest and fastest method and automatically configures Apple Mail, Outlook for Mac, Entourage, iCal, and Address Book.

  • Go to the integration page for Mail 1 or Mail 2.  Ask which server has your account.
  • Click “Set up My Mac.” Enter your full email address and password to download the configuration utility. Run the installer and when prompted, check off the application installers you want/need. (Mail, Oulook, iCal etc.) Leave out anything unnecessary.

Webmail

Go to webmail for Mail 1 or Mail 2. Ask which is yours.

  • Enter your full email address
  • Enter your password
  • Click “Login”

To set an out-of-office message:

  • Log in and click your name on the left side.
  • Use the pop-up menu to select “Out of Office”
  • check the box “Send out of office messages”
  • Select the desired time period and enter your message
  • Click “Save”

iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

The easiest way to set up these devices is again with an auto-configuration, which takes a few moments.
  • On your iPhone, iPad or iPod launch the Safari web browser.
  • Go to https://mail.maclaboratory.net (Mail 1) or https://mail2.maclaboratory.net (Mail 2). Ask us which server has your account.
  • Click the link that says “Set up my phone” or “Set up my device.”
  • Select “Mail, Contacts, Calendar” and click “Continue”
  • At the prompts enter your full email address as your user name and your password. You’ll download a profile for the account and will be asked to enter the password for your device. You may have to enter your email password one more time.

Android

IMAP is natively supported by the Android OS, however CalDAV and CardDAV require installation of 3rd party apps, which are available through Google play. The tested apps are CalDAV-sync and CardDAV-sync.

To set up IMAP email on Android:

1. From the Home screen, tap the Application button and then tap the Email icon.

2. If this is your first email account, you will be presented with an email setup screen, tap the Next button. Otherwise, press the Menu button, tap Accounts, press the Menu button, and tap Add account.

3. Enter your entire email address and in the second box, enter the password associated with your email account.

4. Tap the Manual setup button and then tap the IMAP button and enter the following information in the fields provided:

  • Username—Enter your entire email address.
  • Password—Enter the password associated with your email account.
  • IMAP server—Enter the secure server name:
    mail.maclaboratory.net (Mail 1) or mail2.maclaboratory.net (Mail 2)  Ask us which server has your account.
  • Port—Enter the secure port number: 993
  • Security type—Select SSL

5. Tap the Next button. The device will connect to the internet and check your incoming settings.

6. On the Outgoing server settings screen, enter the following information in the fields provided:

  • SMTP server—Enter the secure server name:
    mail.maclaboratory.net (Mail 1) or mail2.maclaboratory.net (Mail 2)  Ask us which server has your account.
  • Port—Enter the secure port number: 587
  • Security type—Select SSL

7. Tap the Require sign-in checkbox then tap the Next button and the device will connect to the internet and check your outgoing settings.

8. On the Account options screen, make changes, as desired.

9. Tap the Next button. On the Set up email screen, enter your name in the Type your name field (this is the name that will be displayed in the From field of email messages you send) and then tap Done.

Specs for other Emailers

  • Sending and receiving mail server: mail.maclaboratory.net (Mail 1) or mail2.maclaboratory.net (Mail 2). Ask which server has your account.
  • Use authentication for SMTP outgoing mail server.
  • User name is full email address.
  • Use SSL for a secure connection.

Windows Outlook

Automatic Configuration

  • Go to https://mail.maclaboratory.net (Mail 1) or https://mail2.maclaboratory.net (Mail 2). Ask us which is correct for your account.
  • Click “Click here to auto-configure Kerio Outlook Connector.”
  • Depending on your browser and its settings, the tool gets downloaded and launched automatically or it only gets downloaded and you can run it by double-clicking on the tool’s icon.
  • The script now creates a new profile and pre-configures your Kerio account.
  • Click on Retrieve Info in the configuration to check whether the password is correct and whether the login data can be used for connection to the server.

Manual Configuration

After installing Kerio Outlook Connector, settings for a new profile can be configured in the Start → Settings → Control Panel → Mail menu:

  • In the Email Settings dialog, select the Show Profiles button.
  • Click on the Add button to create a new profile and enter its name. Any name can be used.
  • This opens the email account wizard, where a new account can be created. In the dialog, simply enable the Manually configure server settings or additional server types option.
  • In the Choose e-mail service dialog, select the “Other” option and enable Kerio Connect (KOC Offline Edition). Click “Next.”

  • On the Accounts Tab, for “Server” enter “mail.maclaboratory.net or mail2.maclaboratory.net (ask us which is yours)
  • Use “Manual Authentication” and enter your full email address and password.
  • Click “Retrieve Info” and the User Information will auto-fill. You can click Ok and you’re done.