Topic: E-mail setup

E-mail setup help articles

How to manage e-mail accounts in cPanel

This article describes how to add, modify, and delete e-mail accounts in cPanel. You can define e-mail account storage quotas, change e-mail passwords, and more. E-mail accounts that you create are accessible by using webmail in your web browser, or by using your own e-mail client application (such ...
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How to set up e-mail forwarders

This article describes how to configure e-mail forwarders in cPanel. There are two types of e-mail forwarders: Account forwarders: This is the most common type of forwarder. An account forwarder forwards incoming messages for one e-mail account (for example, [email protected]) to another ...
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How to set up Mozilla Thunderbird

This article demonstrates how to set up Mozilla Thunderbird to access an Beehosting e-mail account. If you have not already installed Mozilla Thunderbird, you can download it by visiting http://www.mozilla.org/thunderbird. This article assumes that you have already created at least one e-mail a...
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An introduction to e-mail protocols

This article is an introduction to the POP3, IMAP, and SMTP e-mail protocols. If you plan on setting up a third-party client e-mail application like Thunderbird or Outlook, this article provides the background information you need. Reading and sending e-mail Any e-mail account provides two basic f...
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How to set up the Microsoft Outlook e-mail client

This article demonstrates how to set up the Microsoft Outlook e-mail client application to access a Beehosting e-mail account This article assumes that you have already created at least one e-mail account for your domain. If you have not done this, please see this article to learn how to create...
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How to determine your account’s server name

This article describes how to determine the server name for a hosting account. You may need to know the server name to configure or access account features, such as e-mail and FTP. Using cPanel to determine the server name You can use cPanel to determine the server name. Please follow these steps:...
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How to manage e-mail deliverability settings in cPanel

This article describes how to manage e-mail deliverability settings in cPanel to help reduce unwanted e-mail (spam). These settings include: DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM). Sender Policy Framework (SPF). Reverse DNS (PTR records). You should not typically need to modify these settin...
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How to stop unwanted e-mail using Spam Filters

This article describes how to use the Spam Filters tool in cPanel to reduce the amount of unwanted e-mail (spam) in your e-mail accounts. Spam Filters (powered by Apache SpamAssassin™) is an automated filtering system that uses a variety of techniques to identify and filter spam messages. Spam Filt...
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How to filter unwanted e-mail (spam)

How to filter unwanted e-mail (spam) This article describes how to set up your e-mail account to filter messages marked as spam and automatically redirect them to a folder. This article assumes that you have already enabled and configured Spam Filters. If you have not done so, please read this art...
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How to manage cPanel Mail Exchanger (MX) records

This article describes how to manage the Mail Exchanger (MX) records for your web site in cPanel. About cPanel MX (Mail Exchanger) Records cPanel manages your e-mail using its own mail server. However, you can modify Mail Exchanger (MX) DNS entries to route your web site's e-mail to other mail ser...
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How to manage mailing lists in cPanel

This article describes how to add, modify, and delete mailing lists in cPanel. About mailing lists You can use cPanel to create, modify, and delete mailing lists for your web site. Using a mailing list, you can send one message to many recipients at the same time. For example, you might create a c...
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How to manage e-mail disk usage in cPanel

This article describes how to view and manage e-mail disk space usage in cPanel. With this feature, you can delete messages from accounts that match a set of specific criteria. Managing e-mail disk usage To manage e-mail disk usage, follow these steps: Log in to cPanel. In the EMAIL sectio...
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Email Application Setup – Android Devices

 This article will show you how to set up your email for the Android OS.   Add a New Email Account Open the Email app and navigate to the Settings section. Tap Add account. Tap Personal (IMAP/POP) and then Next. Enter your full email address and tap Next. Choose the typ...
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Email Application Setup – iOS Devices

This article will show you how to setup email on your iOS-based device. This process will work on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. While the screenshots are from an iPhone running iOS the same settings should work on any iOS device. 1. Tap Settings 2. Tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars ...
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What are SPF Records?

Protect your email reputation and combat email spoofing by setting up a Sender Policy Framework (SPF) record. It's a type of DNS record that notifies the recipient's mail host which mail servers are authorized to send email from your domain name, making it much more difficult for someone to spoof yo...
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