Your web hosting plan’s Webmail service offers you applications to automatically configure your email address in different email managers.
You also have all the information related to the incoming and outgoing mail server and ports that you must indicate to configure it manually.
How do I find my incoming mail server?
- Access the Webmail service for your domain (www.yourdomainname.com/webmail).
- Then click on your email address in the upper right and select “Configure email client“.
- In the section “Automatic configuration scripts”, you can download applications that will help you automatically configure your email address in different mail managers such as Mail, Microsoft Outlook, Mozilla Thunderbird, and even iOS for iPhone iPad.
- In the “Manual configuration” section, you have all the information related to the incoming and outgoing mail server and ports that you must indicate so that you can manually configure your email address using ‘SSL / TLS” (recommended) and not SSL.
Your mail server, both for incoming and outgoing, is always your domain name preceded by “mail.”
Put exactly what comes after the “firstname.lastname@example.org” in your email.
An example so that you have no doubts.
Suppose you use the IP address of your server. It might fail you in the future as the IP addresses may vary.
So it is always better to use your domain name as the input and output server.
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