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Process to Settings Up RR Spectrum Email

Roadrunner email has been winning millions of hearts by the service. It renders to the users. You can enjoy the service by first configuring it. If you are unaware of this, then you are in the right place. To get to use the finest services of Roadrunner, you need to configure it first. But, there are many users who do not know the process of setting up the Roadrunner email. We are here to provide you with the answer to the question, “How to setup Roadrunner email?” You can go through the steps mentioned below to fix the issue you are facing.
The process to set up the Roadrunner email
At first, you have to open the email app and enter the email address of your Roadrunner account. After that, you will have to click on Next.
In the next step, you have to select “personal (POP3) and click on the Next option.
After that, you have to type the roadrunner password and hit the Next option.
The next step is to input the incoming server settings, and now you will have to enter your email address as your username. Then, you need to provide a password. You need to fill pop-server.maine.rr. com in the column of the server and type 110 in the port. It will change your server based on your location. You need to fill None in the security type.
You will have to input the outgoing settings in your server, and you need to fill smtp-server. maine.rr. com in the Server column. After that, your location will get changed. You have to now type 587 in the port and then choose non in the Security section.
Next, you have to write your username and the password and hit the Next option. You have to click on Next again.
In the last step, you will have to fill in your name in the “Your name” box. This will enable the people who are receiving the email to see your name. After that, click on Next, and this will complete the process.
This is how you can set . We hope that the format of settings is clear to you or go ahead for complete step by step process.
Roadrunner (Spectrum) Email Server Settings
The two essential key components or you can say the server types for Roadrunner email settings are:
IMAP (Incoming Server) & SMTP (Outgoing Server)POP (Incoming Server) & SMTP (Outgoing Server)
From them, only one set is required to configure a Roadrunner email account on third-party mail applications of various devices such as iPhone, Android smartphone, tablets, iPad, desktop, and so on.
With that said, let’s first straightaway look at the (IMAP & SMTP) and (POP & SMTP) server settings of Roadrunner Email—
Roadrunner IMAP & SMTP Settings
Table 1
0
Column 1
Column 2
Column 1
Column 2
1
Protocol:
IMAP
2
Incoming IMAP Email Server:
mail.twc .com
3
Incoming IMAP Server Port:
993
4
Outgoing SMTP Email Server:
mail.twc .com
5
Outgoing SMTP Server Port:
587
6
Requires Authentication:
Yes
7
Username:
Your full Roadrunner/ Spectrum email address. For instance,yourusername@spectrum.net
8
Password:
Your Roadrunner (Spectrum) email account password that you currently use to log in.
9
SSL:
‘ON’ for both IMAP and SMTP.
There are no rows in this table
Roadrunner POP & SMTP Settings
Table 2
0
Column 1
Column 2
Column 1
Column 2
1
Protocol:
POP3
2
Incoming IMAP Email Server:
pop-server.dc.rr. com
3
Incoming IMAP Server Port:
110
4
Outgoing SMTP Email Server:
smtp-server.san.rr. com / mobile-SMTP.roadrunner. com
5
Outgoing SMTP Server Port:
25
6
Requires Authentication:
Yes
7
Username:
Your full Roadrunner/ Spectrum email address. For instance,yourusername@spectrum.net
8
Password:
Your Roadrunner (Spectrum) email account password that you currently use to log in.
9
SSL/TLS:
‘ON’ for both POP and SMTP.
There are no rows in this table
On Third Party Email Program of Windows and Mac Desktop
To set up Roadrunner/Spectrum webmail on your computer device’s email program such as Microsoft Outlook application, execute these steps—
Launch a third-party mail application on Outlook (you can use Thunderbird, AppleMail as well) and click on its ‘File’ option from the top-left of the window.
Then, select the ‘Account Settings’ option from the file menu that appears.
Following that, switch to the ‘Email’ tab and click on the ‘New’ option.
Next, what you’ve to do is enter your ‘Name, Email address and Password’ right inside the ‘User Information’ section.
Once you finish entering the aforementioned information, simply click on the ‘Next’ button to let the automatic configuration begin!
But, anyhow if the automatic configuration process fails to set up your Roadrunner webmail account in a third-party desktop email client like MS Outlook. Then, skip the option of ‘Auto Account Setup’ and click on ‘Next’ to manually set up your Roadrunner email account—For that, begin by selecting the ‘Account Type’ either IMAP or POP from the ‘Server Information’ section.
Now, fill out the following Roadrunner email server settings based on your selection—
If you choose Roadrunner IMAP protocol then, enter these email server settings:
Incoming Email Server: mail.twc. com
Outgoing Email Server: mail.twc. com
Requires Authentication: Yes
If you choose the Roadrunner POP3 protocol then, enter these server settings:
Incoming Email Server: pop-server.dc.rr. com
Outgoing Email Server: smtp-server.roadrunner. com
Requires Authentication: Yes
After that, move onto the ‘Logon Information’ section and enter these asked information of your Roadrunner email account—
Username: Your Roadrunner/ Spectrum Account’s Username
Email Address: Your Roadrunner/ Spectrum Email Account ID
Password: Your Roadrunner/ Spectrum Account’s Current Log-in Password
Last but not least, click on the ‘More Settings’ option to enter the following server ports details of RR’s Incoming and Outgoing Server—
If selected POP3:
Incoming Port: 110
Outgoing Port: 25
Requires the Encrypted Connection SSL/TLS: Yes
If selected IMAP:
Incoming Port: 993
Outgoing Port: 587
Requires the Encrypted Connection SSL/TLS: Yes
In the end, click on the ‘OK’ button and also on the ‘Test Account Settings’ option to verify your configured Roadrunner email account’s server settings.
That’s all! This is the entire guide on Roadrunner or “” with the help of which you can check and send your email messages using other email programs (like Outlook, Mailspring, Gmail, Apple Mail, and Mozilla Thunderbird) of Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS devices.
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