Knowledgebase: Email
Set Up Email on Your iPhone
Posted by H9 Admin on 29 September 2014 11:48 AM

Note: Before you begin setting up your iPhone to receive your email, make sure you've added the email account in your cPanel.


After you've created an email, you can manage and access your mailbox by setting up an email client on your iPhone. This article covers a complete set of matching settings for each desired email configuration for our servers. 

---SSL Settings---

Please replace example.com with your actual domain name.

IMAP

Inbound Server: mail.example.com
Port: 993

POP
Inbound Server: mail.example.com
Port: 995

SMTP
Outbound Server: mail.example.com
Port: 465


---Non-SSL Settings---

Please replace example.com with your actual domain name.

IMAP

Inbound Server: mail.example.com
Port: 143

POP
Inbound Server: mail.example.com
Port: 110

SMTP
Outbound Server: mail.example.com
Port: 25 or 587


Configuring Apple iPhone

  1. From your iPhone Settings, click on Accounts, and select Add Account.

  2. Select Other

  3. Select Add Mail Account.

  4. Enter your email details, such as your name, email, and password.

  5. Choose POP or IMAP incoming protocol based on your requirement.

  6. Refer to this KB article or use the information listed above to enter the respective hostnames (server), port numbers, and encryption methods for the Incoming Mail and Outgoing Mail servers.

  7. Congratulations! You have successfully configured your Email Account.

    You can now view the inbox and start composing new emails. 



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