How to change your password via Webmail
to read step by step instructions on how to update your password via our webmail system.
To view and use your email anytime from anywhere via our Hamptons.com webmail system, please visit http://webmail.hamptons.com/
For the login screen, you will need to know your Username
- which is your complete email address (for example: email@example.com).
If you have an "email alias" (a forwarding e-mail address) that you use on your email address, use the end email address that the alias forwards to as your username. Your password is the password you have selected on the email system.
Sending and Receiving locally on your computer or mobile device
You can configure a program on your computer to send and receive your email as well as store your email data. There are several programs available to facilitate this, such as Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, Microsoft Mail, Mozilla Thunderbird, Mac Mail, and Entourage.
To set up your computer to send and receive your email, you will need to know the following information:
Your Name: This is the name displayed as the sender on outgoing mail, such as "John Smith."
Your email address: This is the email address on our system that you are sending and receiving from, Or an alias to an email address, such as firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your Username: This is your complete email address. If you have an "email alias" (a forwarding e-mail address) you use on your email address, use the end email address that the alias forwards to as your username.
Your Password: This is the password you have set on your email address.
Your Incoming Mail Server: The Hamptons Online incoming mail server works as either a POP3 or iMAP address, mail.hamptons.com. You do not need to use "secure authentication" to log in.
Your Outgoing Mail Server: Outgoing mail should be sent out through mail.hamptons.com via Port 587.
Authentication: Any authentication settings should be set to "password" with your full email address and password entered as the username and password.