How to Setup Email Client Access In cPanel

The email client setup lets you easily setup email client access in cPanel.  You can automatically configure and connect email accounts from cPanel directly to your desired email application, for example, Outlook or Mail for Mac. To do this, head to Email > Email Accounts within your cPanel.

 

Email Accounts Image Location

 

How Do I Setup Email Client Access In cPanel?

To setup the email client access you’ll need to first have an existing email account created.  If you have not done this yet you can review our doc for setting up new email accounts in cPanel.

 

Step One: Make sure to select Email Accounts at the top and scroll down to the email account you wish to set up, click on Connect Devices

Step Two: Click on the Set Up Mail Client link from the drop down

 

cpanel email client link image

 

Step Three: Review the list of email Applications and choose the one you want by clicking on the Protocol link next to it

 

Showing the clients available for automatic setup for cPanel email accounts

 

Step Four: Existing email client application must already be installed on your computer

 

If for some reason you have any issues with the auto configuration here are the Manual Settings for you to follow:

 

Secure SSL/TLS Settings

(Recommended)

Non-SSL Settings

(NOT Recommended)

Username:  email@domain.com

Password: Use the email account’s password
Incoming  mail.domain.com

IMAP Port: 993

POP3 Port: 995
Outgoing Server:  mail.domain.com

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

Username:  email@domain.com

Password: Use the email account’s password
Incoming  mail.domain.com

IMAP Port: 143

POP3 Port: 110
Outgoing Server:  mail.domain.com

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

 

Replace domain.com with your domain name in the settings above.

 

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