Use the Network Solutions webmail login page at NetworkSolutionsEmail.com to check your email account access or send and receive mail messages on your mobile.
No settings are required when using the online version of the email service to check your inbox, it works on mobile and desktop browsers.
Being a new session at http://networksolutionsemail.com/edgedesk/nonbinding/networksolutionsemail/login.html by entering your Network Solutions webmail login e-mailbox name and password in the fields displayed on the page.
Select the SSL box to perform the operation over a secure connection. Guest users will not use the standard login page. Guest users have limited access as assigned by an account owner.
The support center will help you with any problems on your email. Reach them by phone at 1-877-898-3290 and ask to speak with customer service. A faster method when you are in a hurry is to find the answer in the e-mail user guide under the troubleshooting category. The settings for POP3 access are included in the manual.
POP3 and SMTP settings are only used for configuring software to work with your Network Solutions webmail login information. The Outlook and Outlook Express desktop software work best with those settings. Customers on mobile prefer to use the optimized version of web access on their smartphone.
Shared calendars, email communication tools, shared webmail contacts are included with business levels of the plans found on the NetworkSolutions.com website. With the hosted serviced, employees will handle the back end support and configuration without any requirements from the customer beyond the standard contract agreement.
Once you login, go to the MessageGuard setting to setup encryption on your messages. The MessageGuard feature is used for sending and receiving confidential messages and content like credit card or healthcare information by email. More about this is found in the resources.
To setup another email address or alias to work with your Network Solutions webmail login, view the guide under general questions. The same place is used when you receive a error message that the page has expired.