Protocols used for e-mail-based mail

IMAP IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) is a remote mailbox access protocol. It provides you with the comfort of accessing your mailbox from anywhere at the cost, that your mail needs to be stored on the server. POP3 POP3 (Post Office Protocol 3) is a mail retreival protocol. You can use it to download mail from the mail server to your local computer. If you [...]

Setting up Microsoft Outlook 2000 with POP3 protocol

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Setting up Microsoft Outlook 2007/2010/2013 with POP3 protocol

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 [...]

How do I change the number of connections to a mail server?

If multiple mailboxes are used by using multiple parallel mail clients running an IP address, some clients may not be able to connect to the server. For Thunderbird: In this case, under Tools / Account Settings, select the Server Settings under the mailbox. Click the Advanced button, then in the Maximum number of server connections to cache, reduce the set value to 1, and then […]

Setting up Microsoft Outlook Express with POP3 protocol

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 [...]