How to Create An Email Account in cPanel

Log in to your cPanel >> Mail section >> Email Accounts menu: Navigate to the Add Email Account tab: If you have multiple domains, select the domain you want your email account to be associated with in the drop-down list in the top right corner and enter the desired email. Make sure to enter a strong password of your choice twice: Click on Create Account once all is set.

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How to write an email message in Horde

Now let’s learn how to write and send an email message Click the Mail link here, then click New Message This is where you write or compose a new email message. You can simply type the email address(s) you want to send your message to here in the To field… or you can select addresses or contacts to send your message to from the address book Let’s copy this message to someone else as well, by adding their address in the CC field Now let’s add a Subject to the

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How to Set Up a cPanel Email Account for iOS

  Tap Settings. Generally, the Settings icon appears in one of your device’s main screens. The Settings menu will appear.         Tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars. Tap Mail, Contacts, and Calendars in the Settings menu. The Mail, Contacts, and Calendars menu will appear.         Tap Add Account. Tap Add Account in the Mail, Contacts, and Calendars menu. The Add Account menu will appear.         Tap Other. Tap Other in the Add Account menu of mail account types. The Other menu will appear.         Tap Add Mail Account. Tap Add Mail Account in the Other menu. The New Account interface will appear.  

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How to Set Up a cPanel Email Account for Android

  Tap the Applications icon. Generally, the Applications icon appears in your device’s main screen. The Applications screen will appear.         Tap Email. In the Applications screen, tap Email. The Account setup interface will appear.         Enter your email address and password, and tap Manual setup. Enter your full email address and password in the Account setup interface’s text boxes. Tap Manual setup to proceed to the next screen of the Account setup interface.         Tap the account type. Tap the desired account type. The next screen of the Account setup interface

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IMAP vs POP3

Overview IMAP and POP3 are different in how and for how long they store mail on the mail server. POP3 When you use POP3, your mail server deletes messages when you download them. That means that you can only access messages from the computer that you used to download them. Also, POP3 does not require a constant connection while you read email. While this system conserves your mail server’s disk resources, it limits how your users can access their email. IMAP When you use IMAP, your mail server permanently

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