How to check TWC mail

TWC.com mail com accounts were previously owned by Time Warner Company, which then became the Road Runner service. But at this time the domain was bought out by Charter Spectrum. That is why some information about the twc.com domain or web access might be under different names.

Spectrum email login

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MailTWC web mail

You can find webmail for TWC accounts here: webmail.spectrum.net
Or an alternate mailtwc webmail for business accounts here: mail.twcbc.com

twc.com pop settings

If you do not want to use webmail you can set up your Time Warner mail account in an email client. POP protocol will download your messages and remove them from the server, so your messages are stored only in your device. Find the POP settings in the table below:

Incoming Server – POP Outgoing Server – SMTP
Server mail.twc.com mail.twc.com
Port 110 587
Security STARTTLS STARTTLS
Username Your full email address Your full email address
Password Your password Your password

twc.com imap settings

You can also set up the account with IMAP protocol which will synchronize your messages with the TWC mail server and you will have the same messages available in both your email client and on your www.twc.com mail.

Incoming Server – IMAP Outgoing Server – SMTP
Server mail.twc.com mail.twc.com
Port 993 587
Security SSL/TLS STARTTLS
Username Your full email address Your full email address
Password Your password Your password

TWC mail accounts in eM Client

eM Client supports all accounts using POP, IMAP or Exchange Web Services protocol. Using the Automatic setup you can set up your TWC, Charter or RoadRunner email accounts easily, eM Client will pull the settings directly from your mail server.
When you first install eM Client it will run in a 30-day trial mode with no strings attached, so give it a try!