How to set up an e-mail account in Microsoft Mail?

To add an e-mail account, select “+ New mail” from the top left menu in the Mail application:   Then choose “+Add account”:   On the next page choose “Advanced setup”:   Then choose “Internet email”:   On the Internet email account page it is necessary to fill in the following fields: Email address: enter your email address in this field User name: enter your […]

How to set up an e-mail account in Thunderbird?

When you set up Thunderbird for the first time, you’ll see the page below when you open the application. Enter your name or company name in the “Your full name” field. In the “Email address” field, enter your e-mail address, in the “Password” field, type the password for that e-mail account, and check the “Remember password” box. After that click on the “Configure manually” link: […]

How to set up an e-mail account in Outlook 365?

To add an e-mail account, select “File” in the upper left corner of Outlook:   Then select “Info > Account Settings > Account Settings”:   On the Account Settings page choose “New…”:   In the “Email address” field, enter your e-mail address, check the “Let me set up my account manually” box and click the “Connect” button:   Select “IMAP” as the email account type: […]

What to do if messages have disappeared from your email account?

How could this happen? There are several possibilities: 1. The e-mail program was updated – an error occurred while updating the e-mail software, which resulted in loss of messages; 2. Due to the user’s mistake – the user accidentally deleted the messages either via webmail or e-mail software; 3. The e-mail account has been accessed by an unauthorized person – the e-mail account password was […]

How to prevent e-mails from going to receivers spam folder?

In order to increase the reliability of outgoing e-mails and to prevent e-mails from going to receivers spam folder, the domain should have valid and correct SPF and DKIM records. To check these records, enter the cPanel environment and select “Email Deliverability” from the menu. Make sure the domains have “Valid” in the “Email Deliverability Status” column. If “Problems Exist” is listed instead, allow cPanel […]

How to enter webmail?

The webmail address is in the following form: https://webmail.domain.com (replace domain.com with your domain name) Username is email address. If you are not immediately directed to the inbox when entering the webmail, you need to click the “Open” button under the “Open your inbox” section. To access webmail, you need to know the password of your email address. If you do not know the password […]

How to set up the spam filter?

Our servers check every incoming email. The sender, the sender’s trustworthiness, the content of the message and attachments are also checked. However, 100% spam filtering cannot be guaranteed. The user can adjust the strength of the spam filter. To do this, you need to log in with the corresponding e-mail address from the Webmail address https://webmail.domain.com (replace domain.com with your own domain name) If you’re […]

How to change email account password?

If you know the current password of your email account, then you can change it via webmail by choosing “Webmail Home> Password & Security”. Enter the new password for the email account in the “New Password” and “Confirm New Password” fields and click the “Save” button. NB! Click the “PASSWORD GENERATOR” button only if you would like cPanel to generate a random password for your […]

How to add an email account in cPanel?

You can add new e-mail accounts from the cPanel environment, under the “Email Accounts” menu, by clicking on the “+ Create” button on the right side. The following fields should be filled on the settings page: Domain: from this drop-down menu select the domain name, to which you wish to add a new email account; Username: enter the email address prefix that will precede the […]

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