Email - mail.resist.ca
Webmail - Reading your mail https://mail.resist.ca
The simplest way to read your resist mail is probably our encrypted web mail service found at https://mail.resist.ca. Get more information about webmail >> However, to make the most of your account and if you have a personal computer you should consider using POP or IMAP as described below.
Email Clients - Reading your mail with POP or IMAP
Setting up your mail application (client) such as Thunderbird, OSX Mail or Outlook
For those of you who mostly know what you are doing, here is what you need to know:
- IMAP/POP server: mail.resist.ca
- Use your complete email address as your username
- Use your ISP's SMTP server
- Make sure "use secure connection (SSL)" is checked
- Make sure "use secure authentication" is NOT checked
Shell Applications - Reading your mail with Pine or Mutt
Read more about shell access for reading your mail here.
Common Email Questions
- Can I change my username?
- How much space do I get for my email? What's my quota?
- I get a lot of email. How can I stay under quota?
- What shouldn't I use my account for?
- Hotmail and Yahoo are free. Why should I pay for a resist.ca account?
- How do I reduce the amount of spam in my resist.ca account?
- Webmail (SquirrelMail) times out (says I am no longer logged in) after 30 minutes but I haven't finished writing my message. What can I do?