Note: for all of the connection types below the authentication username is the full email address
Username/password transmitted in plain text - no encryption supported

HTTP: http://basicmail.ispcloud.co.uk (standard port 80)
HTTP using secure SSL: not available
You may want to create a folder in the root of your Basic Linux PHP website called "webmail", then create a file
called "index.php" which contains the following:

<?php
  header( 'Location: http://basicmail.ispcloud.co.uk' ) ; 
?>

This would enable your client to type http://www.companyX.co.uk/webmail to access their email via the web.

POP3: standard port 110 (Secure TLS on standard port 995 - not available)
Server address: pop3.{domainname.com} - For example: pop3.companyX.co.ukIMAP: standard port 143 (Secure TLS on standard port 993 - not available) Server address: imap.{domainname.com} - For example: imap.companyX.co.ukSMTP: standard port 25 replaced with port 587 (Secure TLS on standard port 587, and SSL only on standard port 465 - not available) TLS on port 587 also supports "STARTTLS"? No. Server address: smtp.{domainname.com} - For example: smtp.companyX.co.uk