When setting up your email or newsgroup client, you will be asked to enter the server names. Enter the following servers in the appropriate boxes as necessary:
Incoming Mail Server: pop.suddenlink.netIncoming mail port: 110Incoming mail port (SSL): 995
Incoming Mail Server: imap.suddenlink.netIncoming mail port: 143Incoming mail port (SSL): 993
Outgoing Mail Server: smtp.suddenlink.net Outgoing mail port: 25 or 587 Outgoing mail port (SSL): 465
Note:Username: your full email address, including the @domain.net at the end (i.e. @suddenlink.net)Password: The password set to your particular email addressOutgoing server verification must be enabled and on. If your email client has the option or checkbox that says "My outgoing server requires authentication" this will need to be checked along with "use same settings as my incoming mail server."
If the email client asks for Clear Text Authentication, check "yes".
The settings above are good for all domains that are under Suddenlink control, including:
@suddenlink.net - residential
@suddenlinkmail.com - commercial
@npgcable.com - legacy (no longer available for creation)
@stjoelive.com - legacy (no longer available for creation)
@uneedspeed.net - legacy (no longer available for creation)
@ponyexpress.net - legacy (no longer available for creation)
@magiccablepc.net - legacy (no longer available for creation)
@cebridge.net - legacy (no longer available for creation)
@classicnet.net - legacy (no longer available for creation)
@kingwoodcable.net - legacy (no longer available for creation)
@kingwoodcable.com - legacy (no longer available for creation)
@usamedia.tv - legacy (no longer available for creation)
@tyler.net - legacy (no longer available for creation)
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Because of the reduced demand for newsgroups, Suddenlink discontinued its newsgroup service as of March 3, 2014. Subscribers will not be able to post or download material from the Suddenlink newsgroup service after that date. Newsgroups were initially developed as a text-based way to share information on the Internet.
Today, demand for newsgroups is much lower, since most users have switched to more convenient ways to obtain and share information online, including through social media.
Q: When did Suddenlink discontinue its newsgroup service?A: The service was discontinued on March 3, 2014.
Q: If I want to continue to access newsgroups, what are my options?A: There are several commercial newsgroup providers you might consider. Options are listed at http://www.newsgroupreviews.com. The available content, posting policies, terms and prices (if applicable) will vary. If you elect to access a non-Suddenlink newsgroup service over the Suddenlink network, our Terms of Service and Acceptable Use Policy will still apply to your use of our Internet service.
Q: Are any changes to my software required?A: Yes. You will need to do two things. First, you will need to remove the suddenlink.net USENET newsgroup service from your newsreader software. Second, if you want to continue accessing newsgroups, you will need to configure your newsreader software to connect to your new newsgroup service. Follow your new service provider's instructions for accessing their newsgroup service.
The following link explains how to subscribe and unsubscribe to Newsgroups in Outlook Express: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/171190.
Q: Will this change to the newsgroup service affect my Suddenlink Internet service?A: No, this change will not affect your ability to use your Suddenlink Internet service or other commercial newsgroup services.
Suddenlink reserves the right to deny connections to our email servers from outside the United States. This does not prevent email sent from outside the United States from being delivered to Suddenlink email accounts. If you are a Suddenlink customer currently using an Internet Service Provider outside the United States, and are experiencing difficulty connecting to our mail servers, please contact us.