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Configure Email in Windows 10 Mail App
Posted by H9 Admin on 13 December 2021 11:38 PM

 Before We Begin:

  • Make sure that your email address has been added to your cPanel. To add an email account to your cPanel, please follow the instructions in the article Set Up an Email Address.
  • In the steps below, we will configure your email using SSL for both incoming and outgoing settings.

Let's Get Started!

  1. Click on the Windows (Start) button at the bottom left of the screen.


  2. Search for Mail. Then, click on Open to launch the application.


  3. In the Add an Account page, select Advanced Setup.


  4. Select Internet Email from the options. 


  5. On the next page, you will need the following to configure the email for POP or IMAP:

    ----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

  6. Provide the following information:
    • Email address
    • User Name
    • Email password
    • Account name
    • Send your message using this name (Email Display Name)
    • Incoming email server 
    • SMPT email server
    • Check all the tick boxes except for the Require SSL for Outgoing Email.


  7. Once done, click on Sign In.


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