How do I create a new @sccoast email?

Create and manage your @sccoast.net email accounts from My Account.

Just sign in to My Account and select the Account Details option. Then, look for the Manage sccoast.net Email option in the Actions menu next to the Internet service icon.

You can create up to seven @sccoast.net email accounts.

How do I reset my @sccoast email password in My Account?
  • To change your @sccoast email address password, log in to My Account via the HTC homepage.
  • In My Account, click on Account Detail. When your details screen appears, find the Internet icon on the left-hand side.
  • Click on the Actions button in that box, and scroll down to Manage sccoast.net Email. Click on the Action button to the left of your email address to change your email password.

 

How do I check my HTC email through the WebMail portal?

From the HTCInc.net homepage, click on HTC Connect, or go to HTCConnect.com.

Click on the Webmail Login icon in the menu bar. On the ensuing page, enter your User ID and Password.

Remember, you don’t need to enter @sccoast.net as part of your username, because it is already included for you.

How do I set up my email on my smartphone or computer?

If you use email software like Outlook or Mac Mail, see below for further details and help with setup. Your email address will continue to end in @sccoast.net

If you need further assistance, call 843-365-2186.

Server Settings

Incoming Mail (POP3) Server – Requires SSL: 

pop.sccoast.net

Use SSL: Yes

Port: 995 

 Incoming Mail (IMAP) Servers – Requires SSL:

IMAP allows you to check new and previously read and sent email from any computer or mobile device.

Should you wish to use IMAP, follow the instructions appropriate for your email client (continue to use your @sccoast.net email address).

imap.sccoast.net

Use SSL: Yes

Port: 993 

 Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server – Requires TLS:

 smtp.sccoast.net

Use Authentication: Yes

Use STARTTLS or SSL: Yes

Port: 465 or 587

Please note if your client does not support SMTP authentication, you won’t be able to send mail through your client. Also, if you have trouble sending mail and have confirmed that SMTP encryption is active, try to configure SMTP using port 465 or 587.

Server settings instructions

#Use the above account information for setting up POP.

 Outlook 2010
 Email Settings
Outlook 2016
Email Settings
 Mac Mail
 Email Settings
 Thunderbird
Email Settings
 Windows (Live Mail & 8)
 Email Settings
 Windows 10
Email Settings
 iOS (iPhone and iPad)
 Email Settings
 Android
 Email Settings

For Internet Technical Support, please call 843-365-2186.