After creating the email accounts (email accounts are created in the "SERVICES" section by clicking on the contracted service), you need to consider whether you will use them in conjunction with an external website or solely as an email service. This is important to define since the configurations are quite different for each scenario. We will start with the configurations for "Email Only" service, without any websites included in the setup.


    If you have a website or already have hosting, proceed to step 2 and ignore this part of the manual.

    The configuration in these cases is very simple and only requires assigning the "DNS" name servers to the domain that we will use for the email service. The name servers for this service are:

    Once the DNS has propagated (this can take up to 24 hours), the service will be active and can be used normally, either at or in a desktop or mobile application. You can skip the next step (Step 2) and proceed to Step 3 for application configuration.

  2. Configuration with EXTERNAL WEBSITES OR HOSTING

    As it's evident, the service does not include access to web applications. This is a professional EMAIL-only service. If you currently have a website or will require one in the future, you must configure the following DNS records with your Website, Hosting, or DNS provider:

    Record Type: MX
    Name: @ (or blank, depending on your provider)
    Value: with priority 0 (if there is another with lower priority, it should be removed or its priority changed to a higher number)
    Record Type: TXT
    Name: @ (or blank, depending on your provider)
    Value: v=spf1 ~all

    If you have hosting with us, please inform us to set up these parameters. In the case of an external web service, you should seek assistance directly from your web provider. For some popular services, online help is available for configuration:


  3. Email Client Configuration (Outlook, Thunderbird, Mobile Devices, etc.)

    Configuring an email client is very simple and only requires a few details. Once you have created the email account within the "services" section, you can configure any external email client with the following information:

    Account Type: IMAP or POP (IMAP is recommended, as POP can download emails from your server and leave it without backups)

    Incoming Mail Server (host):
    Incoming Port: 993 (for IMAP) / 995 (for POP)
    Security Type: SSL

    Outgoing SMTP Mail Server (host):
    Outgoing Port: 465
    Security Type: SSL

    That's it! With this information in your favorite email client, you can enjoy your email service.

  4. AGMA.EMAIL Cloud Service

    If you prefer not to configure an email client on your desktop, you can access our cloud email client at the following address:
    You don't need to configure anything; just sign in with your email and password. This service is available from any browser, including your mobile phone's browser.



We hope this has been helpful. Remember that if you have any questions, you can contact our support team at any time from your client panel.

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