In order to set up email clients like Outlook, Mac mail, or Thunderbird you need your email settings from cPanel. This article guides you through how to locate them.

Steps to find your email settings    

1.Login into cPanel (cPanel is a Control panel for managing your hosting service. Not all web hosts provide it).

2.Click Email Accounts in the Email section.

Viewing your Email Settings in cPanel and Webmail 1

3.Navigate to your email and click Set Up Mail Client to the right of your email account.

Note! If there is no email account listed, you will need to create one.

Viewing your Email Settings in cPanel and Webmail 2

4.Scroll down to the Manual Settings section to view your Secure SSL/TLS and Non-SSL settings. Included will be Username, Password, Incoming Server, and Outgoing Server. There is also a notification stating “Authentication is required for IMAP, POP3, and SMTP” that looks something like this:

Viewing your Email Settings in cPanel and Webmail 3

Finding your email settings in Webmail

1.Log into your Webmail.

2.Click your username in the top-right corner. In the drop-down menu select Configure Mail Client.

Viewing your Email Settings in cPanel and Webmail 4

3.Scroll down to the Manual Settings section to view your Secure SSL/TLS, and Non-SSL settings. Included will be Username, Password, Incoming Server, and Outgoing Server. There is also a notification stating “Authentication is required for IMAP, POP3, and SMTP” that looks something like this:

Viewing your Email Settings in cPanel and Webmail 5

Note about Reseller Email Server Settings (not VPS or Dedicated):
If you are a Reseller customer using the default secure settings, the incoming and outgoing mail server will look like this: secure###.servconfig.com

Article is from inmotionhosting.com

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