What are SaaS 44°'s email server settings?

If you want to use MS Outlook, Thunderbird or another email client rather than the Zimbra Collaboration Suite web client, the information below will assist you in setting up your email client profile to connect to SaaS 44°'s email servers.

The incoming and outgoing the SaaS 44° email server will have the same name. The name will be in the following format - bloor.saas44.com or yonge.saas44.com.

Your username is your SaaS 44° email address – i.e. yourname(@)yourcompany.com).

Your password is your SaaS 44° email eight digit password - i.e. Mq8bO6fU.

SaaS 44° will send you the name of the email server, your email address and your password once your account has been set up or, if an account has been set up, when your mailbox is opened.

   IMAPS (IMAP over SSL)

We recommend you set up an IMAP email profile because all email is retained on the SaaS 44° email server and can be organized into folders for the best integration with Zimbra Collaboration Suite.

  • For the incoming server, insert the server name you were given, select
    SSL (the default Port is 993) and save the settings.
  • For the outgoing server, insert the server name you were given, select
    TLS (the default Port is 587) and save the settings, or, if TLS is not an option,
  • For the outgoing server, insert the server name you were given, select
    SSL (the default Port is 465) and save the settings.

   POP 3S (POP 3 over SSL)

While we do not recommend it, you may use POP 3S if you want to download all email to your PC, leaving none on the SaaS 44° email server. Please see Zimbra Desktop Client below.

  • For the incoming server, insert the server name you were given, select
    SSL (the default Port is 995) and save the settings.
  • For the outgoing server, insert the server name you were given, select
    SSL (the default Port is 465) and save the settings.

Zimbra Desktop Client

If you want the functionality of POP 3 email in order to read your email or compose email while off line, we recommend you download and install the free Zimbra Desktop email client for off line use. It provides the off line email functionality of a POP 3 email client but once you go on line it will send the email you composed while you were off line and in all other respects perform in the same manner as the Zimbra Collaboration Suite web client. The best of both worlds.