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Let’s set up your Queenslander address


Congrats on your new Queenslander email address.


Below are videos showing how to set up your email address in webmail, GMail and mail clients such as Outlook or Mac mail app. Advanced users may wish to scroll to the section where we have listed the POP and IMAP settings required to set up your new Queenslander email address.


We also have a dedicated support team if you need help setting up your email account on your phone, tablet or computer. Simply go to the CONTACT US fill in your details and a team member will contact you on the phone number provided within 24 hours.


Apple Devices - iPhone and iPad



Email Programs - Outlook Mac Mail etc



Add your new Queenslander address to your GMail

myMail App (Recommended for tablets and mobile phones) myMail App


myMail keeps your mail securely in one place. It makes communication fast, light and mobile-friendly. myMail app allows you to preview, read, reply and forward your messages as well as to add and view attachments. All you need is your email login and password and the mail app is ready to use. myMail is optimised for you smartphone and tablet.


You can download the myMail app by clicking the App Store or Google Play logos below.





Webmail (Recommended for use on Desktop computers and Laptops)


Webmail is great for people who send and check emails via PC or Mac every so often. Webmail is simple and easy to use without all the functions of an email app or program like Outlook or Mac Mail.



Manual Set Up (Recommended for use on all devices using IMAP or POP3)

Manual Set Up is for users who are familiar with setting up email accounts on iPhone, Android PC and Mac. The video below has the settings required for both IMAP and POP3 accounts. Please ensure if you use IMAP to delete unwanted emails to avoid exceeding your mail box quota. Alternatively use POP3 to ensure exceeding the mailbox quota does not happen.