Due to infected machines on cable DSL provided networks we are blocking many IP address ranges. There are IP ranges that are published by COX Cable that we are not blocking.
We are providing this information to assist the anyone coming from a COX Cable address – trying to send to our customers that are receiving blocked mail messages.
For more information please contact your cable provider!
We are NOT blocking:
Cox Business Class Sending Servers:
- smtp.coxmail.com [220.127.116.11]
- imap.coxmail.com [18.104.22.168]
Cox Residential Sending Servers:
- pop.cox.net [22.214.171.124]
- imap.cox.net [126.96.36.199]
- smtp.cox.net [188.8.131.52]
If you are a COX residential customer:
|Cox Server Names||Settings|
|imap.cox.net||Incoming IMAP Port: 993 with SSL enabled and check the authentication box, if available|
|pop.cox.net||Incoming POP Port: 995|
|smtp.cox.net||Outgoing SMTP Port:
· 587 with TLS enabled
· 465 with SSL enabled and check the authentication box, if available
Note: Cox does not recommend the use of unsecure ports.
For Android or Apple devices: To set up Cox.net email on most mobile devices, including iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, Android, tablets and other smart phones, see Set Up Cox Email on iPhone, iPad, or Android.
These settings are for accessing your Cox.net email. For any other email service, you may need to enter a server name for both incoming and outgoing mail in order to get your Cox.net email in your preferred email client.
If you are a COX Business customer:
Email Server Settings
Last Updated: Wed, 23 Mar 2016 > Related Articles
Use these settings to configure your Cox Business Email and find links to access your WebMail.
The table below provides the setting information for various types of email settings.
|Type||Setting / URL|
|Customer Control Panel||control.coxmail.com|