If you use Namecheap as your web-hosting and email service, you can easily connect and manage your emails from Polymail!


  1. Go into Polymail > Settings > Add Account

You'll see a link at the bottom that says "I have a different email provider"

Click that link, and you'll be taken to the IMAP configuration page.

You can type your email and password and we'll try to infer the correct settings from your email. If we don't find the corresponding port numbers, you can reference the guide below to enter the information manually.


Namecheap Server Settings


You'll want to activate the SSL options and IMAP settings in Polymail. Here are the most common settings.

Username: your email
Password: your password

Incoming Server Type: IMAP
Incoming Server (IMAP): Port 993 (SSL), or 143 for (TLS/STARTTLS)

Outgoing Server (SMTP): 465 (SSL), 587 for (TLS/STARTTLS)


Configuration Notes


You'll have to turn on SSL in order to connect the account as required by Namecheap, and Secure Password authentication must be turned off.


Outgoing server authentication should be switched on, SPA (secure password authentication) must be disabled.


You're good to go!


If you followed these steps you should be all setup to use Namecheap in Polymail and can manage your emails from here!