Business Email

Basic Information:

For companies that have their own domain and only need basic POP or IMAP email service (Web mail included).

**July 2023 Update**
If you are experiencing issues with your email, please check the following server settings and make sure it says ‘bluetie’ instead of ‘easystreetemail’ in the respective POP/IMAP, and SMTP fields.
EX: ‘’ NOT ‘’

Business Email Features Overview
Frequently Asked Questions

Server Settings:

POP Server:
POP Port: 995 or 110
IMAP Server:
IMAP Port: 993 or 143
SMTP Server:
SMTP Port: 587 or 465
If you have trouble sending email try:
25 or 5125 (preferred)
Authentication: Required, use same settings as the incoming mail server.

Please note, we no longer offer direct support of smartphones. The above settings will allow you to receive your email on any smartphone or tablet device. For assistance configuring these devices please refer to the phone provider.

Setup and Configuration:

DNS Settings (Required for initial activation)
Email Client Setup (Advanced Users)

Apple / Mac
Mac Mail

Outlook 2007
Outlook 2002/2003
Outlook Express/Outlook 2000

Other Email Clients
Windows Mail (Vista)

Webmail Preferences

Self Help:
What problem are you having?
How do I log into Web mail?
How do I create users?