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Title: HughesNet Email login setting on Android, iPhone and Thunderbird.


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How To Set Up Manually HughesNet Email Login
Settings On Android, iPhone And Thunderbird?
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Overview
HughesNet was founded in 1971 and it is
headquartered in Germantown, Maryland. It is a
provider of satellite-based communications
services. Hughesnet offer one-way and two-way
satellite Internet access technology and
services. They provide a high-speed satellite
internet service, HughesNet, which is the largest
service.
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Set up Manually HughesNet Email login settings on
Android
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Steps
Step 1  First go to the Mail from your
applications settings. Enter your HughesNet email
address and password. Step 2  After that,
Select Manual Setup.
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Cont.
Step 3  Select IMAP setting under incoming mail
server settings.
  • Step 4 
  • After selection of IMAP setting, make sure to
    enter below settings are correct and click
    on next.
  • IMAP Server mail.hughes.net
  • Security type None
  • Port number 143 for IMAP

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Cont.
  • Secure - Port 993
  • Security Type SSL/TLS (Accept all certificate)s
  • Insecure - Port 143
  • Security Type None (Accept all certificates)

Step 5  Enter the below outgoing SMTP Settings
for HUGHES.NET and click Select Next.
  • SMTP Server smtp.hughes.net
  • Security type None
  • Port is 587 for outgoing SMTP

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  • Outgoing (SMTP) Secure - Port 465 for
  • Security Type SSL/TLS (Accept all certificates)
  • Outgoing (SMTP roaming server) Secure - Port 587
  • Security Type SSL/TLS (Accept all certificates)
  • Outgoing (SMTP) - Port 25
  • Security Type None (Accept all certificates)
  • Outgoing (SMTP roaming server) Insecure - Port
    587
  • Security Type None (Accept all certificates)

Step 6  Click on finish button.
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Set up Manually HughesNet Email login settings on
iPhone
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Steps
  • Step 1 
  • First go to, settings on your iPhone.
  • Step 2 
  • Under settings tap on Mail.
  • Step 3 
  • After that, Click on Accounts.
  • Step 4 
  • Under accounts section Click on Add Account.
  • Step 5 
  • Then, Select other from the email menu.

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Cont.
Step 6  After clicking on other tap on Add Mail
Account. Step 7  After that fill up all details
like, Your Name, Your HughesNet Email Password
and then click on Next button. Step
8  Select IMAP settings from Incoming Mail
Server and enter all the relevant details, then
repeat the same process for Outgoing Mail Server,
and then select on Next.
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Cont.
  • User Name is your complete HughesNet email
    address.
  • Password is your secure HughesNet email password.
  • Incoming Mail Server Host Name is
    mail.hughes.net.
  • Outgoing Mail Server Host Name is
    smtp.hughes.net.

Step 9  You may get a pop-up to verify incoming
and outgoing servers you can click on continue
for each or tap on "Details" and then click
on "Trust" and Save. Step 10  Select your newly
added HughesNet email account.
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Cont.
Step 11  Now, Select the SMTP server. Step
12  Check for the SMTP settings and click on
done.
  • Outgoing Mail Server SMTP Settings
  • Hosting Server for HughesNet is smtp.hughes.net
  • User Name is your complete HughesNet email
    address.
  • Password is your secure HughesNet email password.
  • SSL is enabled.

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Cont.
  • Outgoing (SMTP) Secure - Port 465 for and
    Security Type SSL/TLS (Accept all certificates)
  • Outgoing (SMTP roaming server) Secure - Port 587
    and Security Type SSL/TLS (Accept all
    certificates)
  • Outgoing (SMTP) - Port 25 and Security Type
    None (Accept all certificates)
  • Outgoing (SMTP roaming server) Insecure - Port
    587 and Security Type None (Accept all
    certificates)
  • Authentication is required Yes.
  • Server Port Number is 587.

Step 13  Finally finish the process.
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Set up Manually HughesNet Email login settings on
Thunderbird
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Steps
  • Step 1 
  • Start Thunderbird. Click on Local Folders gtgt
    Email
  • Step 2 
  • Click on Skip and use your existing email.
  • Step 3 
  • You need to enter below information and click on
    continue.
  • Name Type your full name.
  • Email Your complete HughesNet email address.
  • Password Your HughesNet email password.

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Cont.
Step 4  Select the type of email account you
will be using IMAP or POP.
  • IMAP port settings for HughesNet Email
  • Incoming Port 143, Outgoing Port 587
  • 1)Secure - Port 993 and Security Type SSL/TLS
    (Accept all certificates)
  • 2)Insecure - Port 143 and Security Type None
    (Accept all certificates
  • Not ticked This server requires an encrypted
    connection (SSL)
  • Use the following type of encrypted connection is
    None

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Cont.
  • POP port settings for HughesNet Email
  • Incoming Port 110, Outgoing Port 587
  • General settings for POP
  • 1)Secure - Port 995 and Security Type SSL/TLS
    (Accept all certificates)
  • 2)Insecure - Port 110 and Security Type None
    (Accept all certificates)
  • Not ticked This server requires an encrypted
    connection (SSL)
  • Use the following type of encrypted connection is
    None
  • General SMTP port settings for HughesNet Email
  • Outgoing (SMTP) Secure - Port 465 for and
    Security Type SSL/TLS (Accept all certificates)
  • Outgoing (SMTP roaming server) Secure - Port 587
    and Security Type SSL/TLS (Accept all
    certificates)

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Cont.
  • Outgoing (SMTP) - Port 25 and Security Type
    None (Accept all certificates)
  • Outgoing (SMTP roaming server) Insecure - Port
    587 and Security Type None (Accept all
    certificates)
  • Step 5
  • Click on Done button.
  • Step 6 
  • Click on Confirm for Security check.

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Conclusion
Congratulations! You process is completely done
for set up HughesNet email account on other email
client. If you still have problems please contact
HughesNet email support team.
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Thank You