Royell Communications, Inc. provides High Speed Internet to your home or business. We also provide Cambium wifi routers that enable you to connect your modern smart tv and other wireless devices to our high speed connection. Proudly serving Central Illinois: Macoupin, Montgomery, Morgan, Sangamon, Greene counties. This includes the following cities, towns and surrounding areas: Auburn, Barnett, Bunker Hill, Cantrall, Carlinville, Chapin, Chatham, Chesterfield, Coffeen, Divernon, Farmersville, Franklin, Gillespie, Girard, Glenarm, Greenfield, Harvel, Hettick, Hillsboro, Irving, Jacksonville, Litchfield, Lowder, Manchester, Medora, Modesto, New Berlin, Nilwood, Nokomis, Palmyra, Pawnee, Pleasant Plains, Raymond, Royal Lakes, Scottville, Shipman, Springfield, Thayer, Virden, Waggoner, Waverly, Witt, Woodson. Corn-belt/Corn Belt Wireless and Monster Wireless are now owned and maintained by Royell. Other services provided to our local community and companies include: Dish Network. Servicing pc (personal computers), mac, apple, android, laptops, providing email addresses and hosting, advertising, web sites, web development, domain names, domains and web/website hosting.
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How do I setup my Royell email on my devices?

Posted on: Oct 04, 2013

Royell Email setup:

This guide is a general overview of how to set up your mail client on your iPhone, Android, Apple/Mac PC, Windows PC, and other devices.
The mail server settings are universal, but how you get to the mail app and set up your account is usually the biggest difference between devices.


As a note, typically for a computer user, we would direct you to just use our Webmail program as you will want to learn how to use the Barracuda spam filter and both are easily accessible right from our site using the 'Webmail' button. This button is located on the top left for large screens/computers and for small screens/handhelds it's located by clicking the link 'Webmail, Pay Online and more' at the top of the page. (To learn more about the Barracuda spam filter, click here.)


(Most devices/computers:) On modern handhelds you find your mail settings in 'Settings' then 'Mail' or 'Email', on a Mac it's usually listed under 'Mail', Windows (depending on the version) you will add an account in one of the following programs: Outlook, Outlook Express, Windows Mail, Windows Live (Mail) and later versions just 'Mail'. Usually, you can just search 'mail' or 'mail settings' and it will point you in the right direction. 

If you are unsure about your device, you can search the internet for your specific device (type) and email program - there are a ton of resources with screenshots on how to set up your email client/app. If you would like us to set up your email client, generally we would prefer you bring it by and we can do it in the office as everyone has a different setup. 


Note: When adding an account to any device/software, it will generally ask you what account you want to add "Exchange, Gmail, Yahoo, AOL, etc", but what you want to choose is "Other" or "Manually enter". This way you can provide the correct information for the account. 


Basically, you just want to make sure these settings are active:

Servers (incoming and outgoing):
Username (email address) and password are filled out for both servers.
SSL/connection security: off/none
Authentication type (method): password or encrypted password
Incoming Server port: 143

Outgoing Server port: 366


(iPhone/iPad specific:) Settings -> Mail/contacts/calendars (OR Accounts & Passwords) -> Add Account -> Other -> Add mail account  
Name = your name
Email = {email} (or whatever your email address is.)
Password = password
Description = any description (displayed on phone only.)

Choose IMAP for your email type (you may need to contact us to switch your email type over if it is hosted with us.)

Username: same as email (if your email address is then you can leave the off.)
Password: same password

If/When prompted about using SSL (secure socket layer) = select no SSL

At this point you want to save the account, it will then go through the verification process which can take a few moments, up to 15 minutes or more - just wait it out.


With iPhone/iPad you generally have to set your outgoing settings after verifying, that is the biggest difference over other devices.
If you cannot send email after setup, change these settings: 
go to -> settings
-> mail/contacts/calendars (OR Accounts & Passwords)
-> select Royell account
-> Account
-> scroll down to SMTP
-> select primary server ''
-> Server: On
-> Host:
-> Username: email address
-> Password: your password


 Updated on: 12/23/2021

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