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Higher Calling Email Setup

If you are a member and need an HCBC email account, email us at gro.cngnillacrehgih|ofni#gro.cngnillacrehgih|ofni or click here.

Mail Client Setup

To read and send your Higher Calling email from an external email client (such as Outlook or your cell phone), you'll need to configure the incoming (POP) and outgoing (SMTP) server settings. You can usually find these settings in your program's Tools or Preference menu.

Important: Do not delete your old incoming mail settings

If you're already receiving mail from another mail server (such as mail at your ISP), you'll need to add a new POP account (sometimes called a "profile" or "personality"). However, if your program allows you to receive mail from only one POP server at a time, be sure to write down your current settings before replacing them.

Your Higher Calling Email Server Settings
Incoming Mail Server (POP3):
Use SSL, port: 995
Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP):
Use SSL, port: 465, use authentication
Account Name/Username: Example: gro.cngnillacrehgih|ailuj#gro.cngnillacrehgih|ailuj
Email address: Example: gro.cngnillacrehgih|ailuj#gro.cngnillacrehgih|ailuj
Password: Your HCBC Mail password

To manually configure your POP settings, follow the directions for your particular email program:

Don't see your email client in this list? Check your program's help files for instructions about setting up POP.

These details can be found at

Existing Yahoo! Users

If your current email is provided by Yahoo! you can also check your HCBC mail at

Here's a an example. When you log into Yahoo! Mail, you will see two inboxes under Mail Accounts—one for Higher Calling mail and one for Yahoo!

Click on to view your old inbox.


Click on to view your new inbox.


Examples: Microsoft Outlook 2003 Setup

1. Select pull down menu Tools > Options, and select Email Accounts image001.png
2. Add a new email account image003.png
3. Choose POP3 image005.png
4. Enter email account information as shown and select More Settings. image007.png
5. Enter Higher Calling as the account. image009.png
6. On tab Outgoing Server check the option to use authentication. image011.png
7. On tab Advanced enter details as shown. Normally, you will uncheck Leave a copy of messages on server if you only have one PC (your home PC or laptop) accessing your email. This is more secure since you are only downloading your mail to one location, but if you need to access your mail from multiple computers (e.g. office and home), then check this box. Click OK. image013.png
8. Select Test Account Settings. image007.png
9. If the test succeeds, click Close, then Finish, and skip step 10. image006.png
10. If the test fails, click Close, and review account settings on these two pages. image007.pngimage013.png

Examples: if you already have Outlook mail and/or sharing a computer

  • Select Higher Calling and click Set as Default. You are finished. When you compose new mail, your Higher Calling account will be used as default. If you reply to email that was sent to your old email account, your old email will be used in the reply. In your reply, select Account to ensure you are using your new HCBC email account.
  • If you want your previous account to remain default, (for example, if you are configuring your Outlook on your work PC), when you create a new email message, select Account and ensure you are using "Higher Calling". Again, replies to emails to your work account will use your work email, and replies to emails to your HCBC account will use your Higher Calling email.

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