Computer Services, Inc. strives to offer the latest stable
and safe tools for its customers. As new tools become available,
we will list user information and helpful tips to get the
most from the services we offer.
The detailed pages covering webmail and administration are linked in at the bottom of this page.
The detailed pages covering email client setup for Outlook Express and Thunderbird are also linked at the bottom of this page.
But unfortunately, these linked pages are outdated and need updating as they show the non-ssl setup for email, which we recommend
not using. Please use the SSL enabled equivilents as detailed below.
The technical details for all email users of LCR Computer Services.
While the Non-SSL ports still work, we no longer recommend using them.
We recommend using SSL for all email protocols. SSL prevents
evesdropping at public WiFi sites, which allows hackers to
grab your email login and password.
SMTP, POP3, IMAP using SSL services use server: mail3.lcrcomputer.net
SSL SMTP port: 465
SSL POP3 port: 995
SSL IMAP4 port: 993
The Login ID is your full email address.
WebMail using SSL is at https://mail3.lcrcomputer.net/surgeweb
This link requires you type in your full email address in the Username field.
It's ok to allow your web browser to save/fill in your email address. However we do not recommend allowing your web browser to save/fill in your password. If someone else sits down at your computer or if you are using a laptop and it's lost or stolen, they will have automatic access to your email.
The following non-SSL settings still work, but are NOT recommended for general use. We reserve the right to discontinue any/all of these
SMTP, POP3, IMAP servers: mail3.lcrcomputer.net
SMTP port: Change from default of 25 to port 587
POP3 Port: Leave at default of port 110
IMAP Port: Leave at default of port 143
Login ID is your full email address.
WebMail access: https://mail3.lcrcomputer.net/surgeweb
Click on the button marked SurgeWeb.
If you got to SurgeWeb via the links on LCR's website, you will notice that at the end of the line marked Username:, it will say @mail3.lcrcomputer.net. In this case your username is your full email address.
We do not recommend allowing your web browser to save/fill in your password. If someone else sits down at your computer or if you are using a laptop and it's lost or stolen, they will have automatic access to your email.
Setup guides for various email clients are linked below. However they are outdated and reference old software and non-SSL settings. Please consider
using the SSL settings of course.