Accessing The Titan Project E-Mail

Electronic mail for The Titan Project will be delivered to the host mail.titan-project.org. The mail server provides three ways to access your e-mail.

IMAP over SSL

Server nameProtocolPortUsernamePassword
mail.titan-project.orgIMAP over SSL993 (Default)Same as your UNIX accountSame as your UNIX account

Any IMAP v4 complaint client will work as long as it speaks SSL. A guide for configuring Thunderbird is below.

POP3 over SSL

Server nameProtocolPortUsernamePassword
mail.titan-project.orgPOP3 over SSL995 (Default)Same as your UNIX accountSame as your UNIX account

Any POP v3 complaint client will work as long as it speaks SSL. A guide for configuring Thunderbird is below.

Webmail powered by SquirrelMail

The webmail interface provides quick and convenient access to your e-mail from a web browser over an SSL encrypted session. SquirrelMail is a lightweight and fast webmail software package. The username and password is the same as your UNIX account login.

Sending e-mail

Server nameProtocolPortUsernamePassword
mail.titan-project.orgSMTP over SSL465 (Default)Same as your UNIX accountSame as your UNIX account

The mail server supports SMTP relay with authentication over SSL. To reduce the chance of your sent mail from being flagged as spam, it is recommended that outbound e-mail be relayed through mail.titan-project.org over SSL.

Forwarding your e-mail

To forward your Titan Project mail offsite, create a file called .forward in your home directory that contains the destination e-mail address.

      echo "myemail@example.com" > $HOME/.forward