Email Setup

How to configure your iOS device
  1. Tap Settings
  2. Tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars
  3. Add Mail Account
  4. Choose Other

New Account Information

  1. Enter your Name
  2. Enter your email address as the Address
  3. Enter the password for your email address
  4. Tap Next

Incoming Mail Server

  • Host Name: This is typically your domain name preceded by “mail.”. This can be found in the E-mail Accounts section of the cPanel, under More > Configure Mail Client.
  • User Name: Your email address.
  • Password: The password for your email address.

Outgoing Mail Server

      Although iOS may indicate these fields as optional, please enter your full email address and password
  1. Host Name: This is the same as the incoming server.
  2. User Name: This is required and again is your email address.
  3. Password: The password for your email address.
  4. Tap Next.

Cannot Verify Server Identity

This error message it is due to the SSL certificate being used for the mail server is *.Justhost.com. To use the SSL Certificate simply click Continue.

How to store Sent, Drafts and Trash on the server

To do this please go to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars

    1. Choose your email account
    2. Tap Advanced
    3. Under Mailbox Behaviors choose the mailbox you wish to configure.
    4. Choose the corresponding folder on the server you wish to save the email in.

 

How to access your email with Gmail

Incoming Mail (POP3)

    1. Login to your Gmail Account.
    2. Choose Settings, from the Settings cog.

Gmail Settings

    1. Click Accounts and Import.
    2. Click ‘Add a POP3 mail account you own”.
    3. Enter your Email address.

Gmail Add a POP3 Account

    1. Click the Next button.
    2. Enter your full email address as the Username.
    3. Enter Password for your email account.

Gmail Incoming Server

  1. Enter the POP Server. This will be your domain name proceeded by “mail.”
  2. Choose any additional options you may want
  3. Click the Add Account button.

Outgoing Mail (SMTP)

    1. Choose ” Yes, I want to be able to send mail as john@example.com”

Gmail Account Created

    1. Choose if you will use this address as an Alias. To learn more about Aliases in Gmail please see Googles Knowledge Base Article

Gmail Alias

    1. Click the Add account button.
    2. Choose to send “Send through example.com SMTP server”
    3. Enter the SMTP Server. This will be your domain name procded by “mail.”
    4. Enter your full email address as the Username.
    5. Enter Password for your email account.
    6. Choose Port 25 (Non SSL) or 465 (SSL).

Gmail Outgoing Server

Email Setup with Outlook 2003
  1. Open Outlook 2003.
  2. Click the ‘Tools’ menu, and select ‘Email Accounts.’

    1. Select ‘Add a new e-mail account,’ then click ‘Next.’
    2. Select ‘IMAP,’ then click ‘Next.’
    3. Setup the Account.
      • Enter ‘Your Name’ as you would like it to appear.
      • Enter your ‘E-mail Address’ in the form of ‘username@yourdomain.com’ (replace with your e-mail addresss).
      • Enter ‘mail.yourdomain.com’ (replace yourdomain.com with your domain) in the ‘Incoming Mail Server’ (IMAP) field.
      • Enter ‘mail.yourdomain.com’ (replace yourdomain.com with your domain) in the ‘Outgoing Mail Server’ (SMTP) field.
      • Enter your full e-mail address (in the form of username@yourdomain.com) in the ‘User Name’ field.
      • Enter your password (for the e-mail account, not the password you use to log into the Control Panel) in the’Password’ field.

    4. Click ‘More Settings.’
    5. Click on the ‘Outgoing Server’ tab.
    6. Put a check next to ‘My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication.’ Make sure that ‘Use same settings as my incoming mail server’ is selected.
    7. Click the ‘Advanced’ tab.
    8. Change the ‘SMTP’ port to be 26.

 

  1. Click ‘OK.’
  2. Click ‘Next.’
  3. Click ‘Finish.’

 

That’s it, you’re done!

Email Setup with Outlook Express

If you have an email account set up on the server, you may want to configure Outlook or Outlook Express to send/receive email from this email address. To configure Outlook to connect to your account, please do the following:

If the ‘Internet Connection Wizard’ starts up automatically, skip ahead to step four.
  1. ‘Start’ Outlook Express, and on the ‘Tools’ menu, click ‘Accounts’.
  2. Click ‘Add’, and then click ‘Mail’ to open the ‘Internet Connection Wizard’.
  3. On the ‘Your Name’ page of the wizard, type your name as you want it to appear to everyone who gets e-mail from you in the E-mail Address box, then click ‘Next’.
  4. On the ‘Internet Explorer Address ‘page, type your e-mail address, and then click ‘Next’.
  5. On the ‘E-mail Server Names’ page, fill in the following:
    • Enter ‘mail.example.com’ (replace example.com with your domain) in the ‘Incoming Mail Server’ (POP3) field.
    • Enter ‘mail.example.com’ (replace example.com with your domain) in the ‘Outgoing Mail Server’ (SMTP) field.
  6. Click ‘Next’.
  7. On the ‘Internet Mail Logon’ page, type your account name and password.
  8. Click ‘Next’, and then click ‘Finish’.
  9. Now to configure the ports and mail servers by clicking the “Properties” page.
  10. Click on the “Advanced” tab to arrange setup your Incoming and outgoing Ports.
  11. Once completed, click “Apply”.
  12. Click on the “Servers” tab.
  13. Under “Outgoing Mail Server”, ensure that “My server requires authentication” is checked.
  14. Click “Apply” then “OK”.
  15. Click “Close” .

Congratulations! You’ve fully configured the account setup of Outlook Express.

Setting Up Mozilla Thunderdbird

This guide will show step-by-step instructions for setting up E-mail on Mozilla Thunderbird for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. Due to differences in the operating systems, some screens and steps might vary. Thunderbird can be downloaded for free from Mozilla.com.

 

Account Setup

    1. Select the ‘Tools’ menu. 
    2. Select Account Settings.
    3. Click the Account Actions button.
    4. Click Add Mail Account.
    5. Enter your name as you would like it to appear on your outgoing mail messages.
    6. Enter your E-mail address.
    7. Enter your E-mail password.

 

    1. Click the Continue button.
    2. Thunderbird will now attempt to setup the account automatically. It will create an IMAP account and will not use SSL.
    3. Once the automatic setup has completed click Manual Setup.

 

  1. Click the “Server Settings”
  2. Enter your full email address as the “User Name”
  3. Click Outgoing Server (SMTP) from the left hand column.
  4. Highlight your new SMTP Server and click Edit.
  5. Enter your entire email address as the User Name, under the Security and Authentication section.
  6. Change the Port from Port: 25 to Port: 26
  7. Give this account a nickname for future reference.
  8. Click Ok
  9. Take a minute to review your account information.If everything appears to be fine, click Ok to finish.

You should now be able to send and receive mail.

How to Setup Outlook 2010

This guide will show step-by-step instructions for setting up email on Outlook 2010 for Windows. While it can be used for other versions of Outlook, some screens and steps might vary.

 

Adding a new account:

    1. Select the ‘File’ menu.
      Add Account
    2. Select Info.
    3. Click the “Add Account” button.
    4. Choose to “Manually configure server settings” .
Manually Configure

 

    1. Click Next.
    2. Choose “Internet E-Mail” .
Manually Configure
    1. Click Next.

Account Settings:

Account Settings
    1. Please enter your name as you want it to appear on your outbound email messages.
    2. Please type your email address.
    3. Enter your email address for the User Name.
    4. Enter your email password.
    5. Please enter your mail server. This can be found in the E-mail Accounts section of the cPanel under Configure Mail Client.
    6. The Outgoing Mail Server is the same as your incoming mail server.

More Settings

    1. Click the More Settings button.
More Settings
    1. Click the Outgoing Server tab.

Outgoing Server Tab
 

    1. Click the “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication” checkbox.
    2. Make sure that it is using the same settings as your incoming mail server.
    3. Click the Advanced tab.
Advanced
    1. If you are using POP3 with SSL, please click the checkbox and select 995 for your port. Otherwise leave the port at 110.
    2. If you are using POP3, you may choose when messages are removed from the server.
    3. If you are using IMAP with SSL, please click the checkbox and select 993 for your port. Otherwise leave the port at 143.
    4. If you are using SMTP with SSL, please click the checkbox and select 465 for your port. Otherwise change the port to 26.
    5. Click the OK button.

Testing Settings

    1. While on the E-mail Accounts screen, click the Test Account Settings button.
Test Account Settings
  1. This will both check your settings and send a test email to yourself to confirm that everything is working. If you receive any errors, please check your configuration.
  2. Click the Close button on the Test Account Settings window.
  3. Click Next on the E-mail Accounts window.
  4. Click the Finish button.

You should now be able to send and receive mail.

How to Setup Outlook 2013

This guide will show step-by-step instructions for setting up email on Outlook 2013 for Windows. While it can be used for other versions of Outlook, some screens and steps might vary.

 

Adding a new account:

    1. Select the ‘File’ menu.
      Add Account
    2. Select Info.
    3. Click the “Add Account” button.
    4. Choose “Manual setup or additional server types” .
Manually Configure
    1. Click Next.
    2. Choose “POP or IMAP” .
Manually Configure
    1. Click Next.

Account Settings:

Account Settings
    1. Please enter your name as you want it to appear on your outbound email messages.
    2. Please type your email address.
    3. Please enter your Incoming Mail Server. This can be found in the email section of the cPanel under Configure Mail Client.
    4. The Outgoing Mail Server is the same as your Incoming Mail Server.
    5. Enter your email address for the User Name.
    6. Enter your email password.

More Settings

    1. Click the More Settings button.
More Settings
    1. Click the Outgoing Server tab.

Outgoing Server Tab
 

    1. Click the “My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication” checkbox.
    2. Make sure that it is using the same settings as your incoming mail server.
    3. Click the Advanced tab.
Advanced
    1. If you are using POP3 with SSL, please enter 995 for your port. Otherwise leave the port at 110.
    2. If you are using POP3, you may choose when messages are removed from the server.
    3. If you are using IMAP with SSL, please enter 993 for your port. Otherwise leave the port at 143.
    4. Click the OK button.

Completing the Setup

  1. Click Next on the E-mail Accounts window.
  2. Click the Finish button.

You should now be able to send and receive email.

Outlook 2011 (Mac)

How to create a new email account

    1. Open the Tools menu
    2. Click Accounts

    1. Click E-mail Account

    1. Enter your E-mail address

    1. Enter the passowrd for this E-mail account.

    1. User Name: Your email address.
    2. Incoming server: This is typically your domain name preceded by “mail.”. This can be found in the E-mail Accounts section of the cPanel, under More > Configure Mail Client.

    1. Outgoing Server: This is the same as the Incoming server.

      Note: You may need to check the box to “Override default port” and use port 26 instead of the default port 25.

 

  • Click Add Account.

 

How to enable SMTP Authentication

Once the account has been created you will need to enable SMTP Authentication.

    1. Open the Tools menu
    2. Click Accounts

    1. Click E-mail Account
    2. Click the “More options…” button.

    1. From the Authenticationdrop-down menu and choose “Use Incoming Server Info”

  1. Click the Ok button.
Creating an email account in Mail (Mac Mail)

If you are using a Mac, you can manage your mail through the Mac based email application Mail; this application is also known as “Mac Mail”.

    1. Select the ‘Mail’ menu.
    2. Select Preferences.
    3. Click on the Accounts tab.
    4. On the Accounts window, click the + sign.

You will be presented with the Add Account Wizard.

    1. Please enter your name, as you want it to appear on your outbound E-mail messages.
    2. Please type your E-mail address.
    3. Enter your E-mail password.
    4. Click the Next button.

Now, you will see this screen.

Mail - Account Type
    1. Please choose your account type. You may select either POP or IMAP.
    2. Give this account a description for quick reference.
    3. Please enter mail. followed by your domain name as the Incoming and Outgoing mail server.
    4. Enter your E-mail password.
    5. Click Next.

Now you will see a screen asking for the Outgoing Server information.

  1. Please give your Outgoing Mail Server a description.
  2. The Outgoing Mail Server is the same as your incoming mail server. Again, this will be something like mail.example.com
  3. Be sure that the Use Authentication box is checked.
  4. Enter your E-mail address for the User Name.
  5. Please type in your E-mail password.
  6. Click the Next button.

You will be presented with a confirmation screen with your settings. If everything is correct, press the Create button.

Removing an Email account

WARNING: Removing an account in Mail will permanently delete its mailboxes, messages, notes, and to do items. If you want to keep those, be sure to copy them to an On My Mailbox before deleting the account.

Exchange, IMAP, and MobileMe accounts store their mailboxes and messages on the server; deleting these account types in Mail will not permanently delete messages from the server. However, if you are not completely certain that your account is one of those types, be sure to copy the mailboxes and messages you want to keep into an On My Mailbox, or save individual messages manually by selecting them and choosing Save As from the File menu.