Your Email Settings

Take the Step
 Secure SSL/TLS Settings
(Recommended)
Username:your email address
Password:Use the email account’s password.
Incoming Server:

 mail.(website without www)

e.g. mail.yourwebsite.com

  • IMAP Port: 993
  • POP3 Port: 995
Outgoing Server:

  mail.yourwebsite.com

  • SMTP Port: 465
Authentication is required for IMAP, POP3, and SMTP.

Alternatively you can use either just the website name (without mail.) OR the server name: c75380.sgvps.net for the incoming and outgoing servers.

 

 

Non-SSL Settings
Username:your email address
Password:Use the email account’s password.
Incoming Server:

mail.(website without www)

  • IMAP Port: 143
  • POP3 Port: 110
Outgoing Server:

mail.yourwebsite.com

  • SMTP Port: 25
Authentication is required for IMAP, POP3, and SMTP.

Alternatively you can use either just the website name (without mail.) OR the server name: c75380.sgvps.net for the incoming and outgoing servers.

Notes:

  • IMAP email access coordinates between the server and your mail application. Messages that you have read, deleted, or replied to will show up as such, both on the server and in the mail application.
  • POP3 does not coordinate with the server. Messages that the mail application marks as read, deleted, or replied to will not show up as such on the server. This means that future mail downloads with POP3 will show all messages as unread.
  • The system uses SMTP to send outgoing mail.
  • We recommend that you use POP3 over SSL/TLS or IMAP over SSL/TLS because they provide increased security for your interactions with the remote mail server.

OUTLOOK EMAIL SUPPORT 

Now, to add an email account in your Microsoft Outlook, open the application and navigate to File -> Account Settings -> Account Settings. If you’re using the Mac version, the menu will be in Outlook -> Preferences -> Accounts.

On the new window that opens click the New.. button.

Then type in your name, email address and password in the respective fields and click Next.

 

Outlook will automatically connect to the hosting server, find the automatically created settings and set them for you. You need to only click the Next button to add the account.

Manually configure Outlook

To add your email account to the latest version of Microsoft Outlook first click on the File menu and then on Account Settings -> Account Settings. If you’re using the Mac version, the menu will be in Outlook -> Preferences -> Accounts.

To begin, click on the New button on the new window that opens.

A new window will appear named Add Account. On it select the Manual Setup or additional server types option and click Next. Then on the next step select POP or IMAP and click Next.

Next you need to fill in the appropriate information about your email account. Here’s a brief explanation on the different fields and what you should add in them:

  • Your Name: provide your name in this field;
  • E-mail address: type in your email address – email@domain.com for example;
  • Account Type: select whether you want to use the IMAP or the POP3 protocol. We recommend that you use the IMAP protocol since it keeps your emails on the server and it’s harder to lose information;
  • Incoming mail server: the server for incoming mails should be the mail subdomain of your domain name – mail.yourdomain.com for example;
  • Outgoing mail server: again, use mail.yourdomain.com as you entered for the incoming server;
  • User name: the username is your full email address. It will be used for both incoming and outgoing connections;
  • Password: enter the password for your email account;

 

IMPORTANT!If you want to use encrypted connections, make sure to use the proper hostname in the Incoming mail server and Outgoing mail server options. You can refer to this article for more information what to use in the different cases.

Once you fill in each field/checkbox, click on the Next button to proceed.

A new window should appear named Test Account Settings in which you can follow how Outlook verifies the information you have provided.

If the information you provided is correct the email account should be added to your Outlook.

MAC MAIL EMAIL SUPPORT 

Configure Mac Mail manually

To begin with, click on the Apple Icon Menu on the top left of your screen and select the System Preferences… submenu.

You will be taken to your System Preferences screen where you can adjust various options of your Mac OS. Select the Internet Accounts link to proceed.

Here, you will see a list of all the different accounts you have registered including iCloud, FaceBook, Vimeo, etc. Scroll down and select the Add Other Account… option.

Next, select to add a Mail account on the next screen.

A pop-up will appear asking you to fill in your name and the Email address that you want to register with Mac Mail. Note, that people you send emails to will receive them from the name you enter here. This option, however, can be changed later on. Finally, click Sign in to proceed.

Now, you have to fill in the server settings for your Email account:

  • Email Address: – should be pre-filled with the value you’ve entered in the previous screen;
  • Username: – enter your full email address as username, i.e user@domain.com. It will be used both for the incoming and outgoing connection;
  • Password: – enter the password for your email account;
  • Account Type: – it’s set to IMAP by default. Unless you specifically want to use POP3 you should leave it that way;
  • Incoming Mail Server: – add mail.yourdomain.com unless you want to use c75380.sgvps.net;
  • Outgoing Mail Server: – same as the incoming server;

You can also find the exact settings to use with each of your mail accounts with your Mac Mail in your cPanel -> Email Accounts -> More drop-down menu -> Configure Email Client. The instructions there include both secure and non-secure settings.

Once you fill in all the details, press Sign In to proceed.

Finally, you will be asked which programs you want to use this account with. The available options depend on the applications you have installed on your account.

That’s it! You can now use your email account with the Mac Mail application.

 

You may have to restart your Mac for these settings to fully take effect.