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Meet the angels

Don’t miss Jill Husselby’s stained glass talk on 3 September.

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Parish Council Minutes

Parish Council minutes for the 20th July 2017.

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Dusty but not dry

Stanhoe WI members learn the secrets of textile conservation from a National Trust expert.

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Flower festival

The annual Festival of Flowers at Syderstone church starts on 5 August.

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Calling Applegates

Does anyone have information on the Applegate family in this part of Norfolk?

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Garden delights

WI members enjoy the sunshine for their July meeting.

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July film

Hidden Figures (PG) is showing in Stanhoe on 7 July.

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Tide times

Hunstanton 23 Aug
02:51 low (1.03m)
08:02 high (7.71m)
15:23 low (0.50m)
20:40 high (7.45m)

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Setting up your stanhoe.org email

Anyone associated with Stanhoe is welcome to a stanhoe.org email address. If you’d like one, contact the .

The service is free at the moment although we reserve the right to make a small charge in the future to cover hosting costs.

User name and password

To use stanhoe.org email you will have a user name of the form myname@stanhoe.org (or first.last@stanhoe.org) and a password. Write down these details and keep them safe. If you forget your password, email the   to ask for it to be reset.

Email redirects

You can ask for your stanhoe.org email service to be set up simply to redirect mail to another email address, for instance the one given to you by your email provider. If that’s the case, you don’t need to set up anything else.

If you would prefer an actual stanhoe.org mailbox, on the other hand, you’ll need to use the instructions below. It’s also possible to combine a stanhoe.org mailbox with redirection to another address.

Using webmail

The simplest way to view your stanhoe.org email is in a web browser such as Safari, Firefox, Google Chrome or Internet Explorer. Whether or not you use this method every day, it’s handy when travelling because it will work from any computer.

However, this particular webmail service does not use a secure server (https), so your details are potentially vulnerable, especially if you are using a public Wi-Fi network. If this is an issue you might be better off redirecting to a secure webmail service such as Gmail.

Use your browser to go to http://webmail.gridhost.co.uk, where you should see a box headed Welcome to Roundcube Webmail. Type your user name and password into the appropriate boxes and click Login.

The webmail system lets you read and send mail. To see a message preview pane below the list of messages, check the little box marked Show preview pane at the bottom of the screen. When you’re finished, click the red Logout button at top right.

Using an email program

To use an email program such as Apple’s Mail.app or Microsoft Outlook, you should preferably use the following settings:

Incoming mailSettings
Server type IMAP
Server address mail3.gridhost.co.uk
Port number 993
SSL on
Secure Password Authentication (SPA) off
Outgoing mailSettings
Server type SMTP
Server address mail3.gridhost.co.uk
Port number 465
SSL on
Secure Password Authentication (SPA) off
SMTP authentication type “on” or “password”

To use POP3 instead of IMAP, change the port number for incoming mail from 993 to 995.

You can also continue to use the old mail server mail.stanhoe.org as long as you turn off SSL (so this method is less secure). In this case use port 143 for IMAP, port 110 for POP3, and port 25 for SMTP.