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To access your email, you should use our Webmail System

1) Open up a new web page and go to http://namehog-example.co.uk/webmail (please replace namehog-example.co.uk with your own domain name
2) Enter your email address and password
3) Select Log in

If customers wish, our email is also compatible with third party mail clients, such as Outlook, Apple Mail, Thunderbird, Windows Live etc. Below are the list of connection setting your require.

If ever you encounter an issue with using a third party mail client, please ensure you test your email using Webmail before raising a Support Ticket reporting a fault with your mailbox, as the majority of cases reported are not a fault with the email at NameHOG, but with your configuration of your third party mail client.

Select here to see a step-by-step guide for setting your email up on Microsoft Outlook 2007 (and later versions)


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 25 or 587
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: mail.yourdomainname.com using port 995
Incoming IMAP Mail Server: mail.yourdomainname.com using port 993
Outgoing SMTP Mail Server:mail.yourdomainname.com 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 please Contact Us but please ensure you have tried all of the above first.

 



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