What is an email application?

An email application lets you read, save, delete, and send emails from one or more email accounts. Examples of email applications are MacMail, Outlook, Thunderbird, Gmail, and Hotmail.

Most, but not all, email applications can be set up to handle emails from more than one email account, including your @euuc.org account. This means that as you read and reply to your personal emails, you can easily do the same with your church emails. To do this, you need to tell your email application how to log into your @euuc.org email account.

Why would I configure an email application?

You only need to configure or set up your email application if

  • you need to send emails from your @euuc.org account
  • you want to send and receive messages in the email application you use for your personal email account

Is there an easier choice?

Rather than setting up your email application to handle your @euuc.org messages, you can simply log into your @euuc.org mailbox using SquirrelMail, RoundCube, or Horde.

Which applications don’t let me access church mail?

The online Yahoo, Comcast, and AOL mailboxes do not let you access emails from accounts other than your own. So, if you use those services to read and send emails, you need to use SquirrelMail, RoundCube, or Horde for your church emails.