Finding Your Email Settings in Webmail and cPanel
We can configure the Email account in Email clients like Thunderbird, Apple Mail Outlook, and etc. On the time of configuring the client, you need to provide some email settings to the email client so that E-mail client can connect with your mail server.
We can choose the type of connection we wish to configure and most are familiar with these settings like the port number used for incoming and outgoing connection also for secure connections. But some server related settings are needed for configuring the same and it will differ for each server. In this tutorial, we are doing to discuss where you can find these settings.
We can find these setting either from the cPanel or from the webmail. Even though both are will show the same settings, we can assess it directly from cPanel or from webmail.
Finding Your Email Settings
In this tutorial, we are going to discuss two methods to find Email settings. The first method is to find Email settings from cPanel. After that, we will also learn how to find Email settings from webmail. Let’s get started with the first method.
Getting Email Settings from cPanel
1) Login to your cPanel account.
2) Click on the “Email Accounts” option under the “Email” section.
3) Here you can see the list of all email accounts you have. Click on the option “Connect Device”.
It will now redirect you to the page containing all the setting for SSL/TLS and Non-SSL. Also, some script files are available, you can download and run the same to configure the email client automatically.
Getting Email Setting from Webmail
1) Login to webmail.
2) Click on the username on the top-right comer to list the options and select the option “Configure Mail Client”.
You will now be redirected to the page containing all the settings for SSL/TLS and Non-SSL. Also, some script files were available, you can download and run the same to configure the email client automatically.
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