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NameHOG have compiled a list of very comprehensive setup guides for the top 9 email clients for PC & Mac, you can find these below along with guides for mobile devices too. All the examples include the exact settings, all you need to do is customise them to you. Please try the setup guide first before calling or emailing us as we will only refer you to this if you have not tried it already.

 

Please note that in all cases, you need to have set an email account up with your CPanel control panel first for it to work. If you need help with this, click on the CPanel Setup icon below or vide the video tutorial which will help and show you how to do all the features of a mail account within CPanel.

 

PC Based Email Applications
Windows Live Mail 2011 Email Setup Guide
Live Mail 2011
Windows Live Mail Email Setup Guide
Live Mail
Windows Mail Email Setup Guide
Windows Mail
Outlook Express Email Setup Guide
Outlook Express
Eudora 7.1 Email Setup Guide
Eudora 7.1
Outlook 2010 Email Setup Guide
Outlook 2010
Outlook 2007 Email Setup Guide
Outlook 2007
Outlook 2003 Email Setup Guide
Outlook 2003
Outlook 2003 Email Setup Guide
Outlook 1997
Thunderbird Email Setup Guide
Thunderbird 3

 

Apple Mac Based Applications
Mobile Device Email Applications

Entourage Email Setup Guide
Entourage

MacMail Email Setup Guide
Mail
Applie iPhone 3GS Email Setup Guide
Apple iPhone & iPad
Windows Mobile Email Setup Guide
Windows Mobile
Blackberry Email Setup Guide
Blackberry Mobile

 

Struggling to find your email application guide?
The options that we have provided above should offer you the most help on the major email clients available today. However standard server details for other clients are as follows, all you need to do is replace the yourdomainname.com literally with YOUR domain name and keep the mail. section.

 

Standard Non-Secure Email Settings
Incoming POP3 Mail Server: mail.yourdomainname.com using port 110
Incoming IMAP Mail Server: mail.yourdomainname.com using port 143
Outgoing SMTP Mail Server:mail.yourdomainname.com using port 26
SMTP Authentication:Authentication enabled, logon using the same as POP3 / IMAP
Email Username: this is the email address that you have setup in CPanel
Password: this is the password that you set for the above email address in CPanel
Secure SSL Email Settings
Incoming POP3 Mail Server: servers hostname as detailed in your client area using port 995
Incoming IMAP Mail Server: servers hostname as detailed in your client area using port 993
Outgoing SMTP Mail Server:servers hostname as detailed in your client area using port 465
SMTP Authentication:Authentication enabled, logon using the same as POP3 / IMAP
Email Username: this is the email address that you have setup in CPanel
Password: this is the password that you set for the above email address in CPanel

 

Still unable to connect or configure your email?

If you're having problems connecting or configuring your email client, or you need more assistance just call us on 0845 496 8182 but please ensure you have tried all of the above first before calling us. Alternatively you can email us at support@namehog.net where you will be issued a support ticket.

 



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