Where to find your email settings in cPanel and webmail


If you want to setup your email clients through Microsoft Outlook, Mac, IOS for iPhone etc. You will require specific information about your customized email account.


In this article, I’ll show you how you can view your email settings in cPanel & Webmail.

Following Steps to Find Setup Mail Client:


Step 1) First login to your cPanel account. If you’re not sure how, this cPanel login guide will take you through the necessary steps.

Step 2) After logging into cPanel, scroll down to the Email section & click on the Email Accounts link.

Email Accounts section in cPanel

Step 3) On the Email Accounts page, navigate to your email address & click on the “Connect Devices” setting link to the right hand side of your email account.

Note: If you haven’t created an email account yet, you will need to create first. You can create a custom email account in cPanel using our guide.

Click on Setup Mail Client in cPanel

Step 4) After clicking the Setup Mail client, you will see Mail Client Manual Settings for Secure SSL/TLS Settings and Non-SSL Settings.


Mail Client Manual Setting in cPanel

You need to configure mail client manually using these settings.


It will be Username, Password, Incoming Server and Outgoing Server. It’s also included IMAP, POP3, and SMTP require authentication.

Below Steps to Find Setup Mail Client from Webmail:


Step 1) Login to Webmail from cPanel or direct url.

Step 2) After logging into Webmail, you need to click on username like: admin@yourdomain.com in the top menu.


Step 3) Select “Configure Mail Client” in the drop down menu.

Configure Mail Client in Webmail

Step 4) After selecting the Configure Mail Client, you will see Mail Client Manual Settings for Secure SSL/TLS Settings and Non-SSL Settings.

Mail Client Manual Setting in cPanel

You need to configure mail client manually using these settings.


It will be Username, Password, Incoming Server and Outgoing Server. It’s also included IMAP, POP3, and SMTP require authentication.

Conclusion:


Thank you so much for reading this tutorial to viewing your email settings. I hope this tutorial helped you a lot.

If you are setting up cPanel email in your android device then you can read our guide.

If still you need any help while viewing your email setting then you can contact any time to our Support Team or Live Chat Support on our Website.