Let’s say that you have created an email account within your cPanel account, you need to access and manage your mailbox by setting up an email client on your desktop or mobile device. This next article explains where to find your email configuration settings and the links to our setup guides for the most common email clients.
If you will rather access your email account online, please access http://blog.thcservers.com/how-to-log-into-webmail/ for more informations.
Please note that the configuration settings are a bit different for each email account. Follow the steps below to view the unique settings for your email account:
- Login to your THCServers’ cPanel account.
- Access the Email Accounts feature
- On your desired email account press ” Set up mail client ”
- If you’re unable to log in to the cPanel to view your email settings, you can still set up your email client using these basic settings:
– SSL settings:
Username Your email account Password The password to access your email account Incoming Mail Server The server you are assigned on Supported Port 993 (IMAP), 995 (POP3) Outgoing Mail Server The server you are assigned on Supported Port 465 ( SMTP )
– non-SSL settings:
Username Your email account Password The password to access your email account Incoming Mail Server mail.domain.com Supported Port 143 (IMAP), 110 (POP3) Outgoing Mail Server mail.domain.com Supported Port 25 ( SMTP )
- Lastly, the setup process is a bit different for each email client and many of them support Autodiscover, which automatically detects some or all of the required server settings from your username and password as you can see in the picture below:
If you have any further questions or concerns regarding this setup procedure, please don’t hesitate to contact us via Live Chat and Ticket Support. We are online 24/7/365 to help you in any matter!