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Create a mailbox! (How to create E-mailbox in cPanel?)

After creating the mailbox, in the cPanel interface, under Email Accounts in the Mail box, scroll down to Email Accounts and click Set Up Mail Client. cPanel will display the information required for setup.

If you want to use the mail.yourdomain.tld server in the description, replace it with your own domain name.

If you want to use the hostingID.loginssl.com server, enter your cPanel username instead of hostingID.

ADD A MAILBOX

The first time you start Outlook Mail, you’ll need to create a profile and enter your information.

If you are not starting Outlook for the first time, you need to click the Tools menu, Account Settings, and then click New on the Email tab in the window that appears.

As a first step, select Manually configure server settings or additional server types, and then click Next.

Add New E-mail Account - Auto Account Setup

Add New E-mail Account – Auto Account Setup

In the next window, select Internet E-mail and click Next.

Add New E-mail Account - Choose E-mail Service

Add New E-mail Account – Choose E-mail Service

You will then select the option to enter your connection details.

In the User data section, enter your name in the Name field, you can enter anything here, but it is advisable to enter an identifier, a name with which those to whom you send a letter can identify you. So this name will be seen as the sender by those who receive an email from you. Also in the Email Address field, the email address you created in the cPanel interface.

In the Server Information section, you can select the Account type, which can be POP3 or IMAP. In the Incoming mail server and Outgoing mail server (SMTP) fields, you must specify the server through which you want to use mail. For IMAP mail, both Incoming and Outgoing mail servers will be as follows:

hostingID.loginssl.com

Before the address ending in .loginssl.com in the image and above, you must enter your hosting ID, which is the same as the username for the cPanel interface. To view your cPaneles login at https://admin.dotroll.com, follow these steps:

  1. After logging in, click Services / My Services in the Top menu bar.
  2. On the page that appears, click the Active button at the end of the hosting service line for that domain name.
  3. In the middle of the page, under the Hosting Information tab, you will find the cPanel user name.

In the Login Information section, enter the email address associated with the mailbox and the password set for it.

In the Username field, enter the full email address created in the cPanel interface. In the password field, enter the password that you set for the affected mailbox.
When entering the password, make sure that the password can contain uppercase and lowercase letters as well as numbers. Check Remember password.

Do not select the Log on using Secure Password Authentication(SPA) option in the window.

After entering the information, click the More settings… button.

Add New E-mail Account - Internet E-mail Settings

Add New E-mail Account – Internet E-mail Settings

CHANGE MAILING SETTINGS

In the pop-up window that appears, click the Outgoing Mail Server tab. Here, select the Outgoing mail server (SMTP) requires authentication check box.

By default, the first radio button is selected. Using the same settings as my incoming mail server, you must change this to Log on using with the following information and re-enter the email address and password for the mailbox. Check Remember password.

Do not select the Log on using Secure Password Authentication(SPA) option in the window.

After selecting, click the Properties button.

Internet E-mail Settings - Outgoing Server tab

Internet E-mail Settings – Outgoing Server tab

Then click the Advanced tab

Internet E-mail Settings - Advanced tab

Internet E-mail Settings – Advanced tab

On the Advanced tab, you need to make the following settings:

Under Incoming server (IMAP) For Use the following type of encrypted connection, select SSL from the drop-down list following.
Under Outgoing server (SMTP) For Use the following type of encrypted connection, select SSL from the drop-down list following.
In the box behind Outgoing server (SMTP), enter 465.

In the Delivery section, if you select Leave a copy of messages on the server, the client will make a copy of that message to the local device during the download.

We recommend that you select Remove from server after and enter a time interval in days after which the client deletes mail from the server if you have set a small mailbox quota in the cPanel interface.

With the Remove from server when deleted from the “Deleted Items” folder, the client will also remove the mail from the server after deleting the mail, so that the mailbox cannot be accidentally filled.

The settings can be saved by clicking OK.

After entering the information, click Next.

On the next page, the Wizard congratulates you.

Click Finish to successfully set up your email address.

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