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TUTORIAL | CONFIGURE THE MAILBOX

For more information, contact: support@tapiocan.com

You can set up your custom mail on any mail client with a few simple clicks. First, create your custom mail by logging in to the Panel, Mail Management in the Management of the site of your editor.

 

From the panel, you can create new mail, delete them and change the passwords of the existing mail. You will be able to access your email using Webmail by clicking on Read mail, or you can configure it on mail Client such as Outlook, Gmail, Thunderbird, and Mail.‚Äč

 

 

Here are the general parameters for the Configuration of your mail box.

 

INBOX


IMAP configuration:

Username: your email 

Password: the Password you selected

Port: 993

Server: mail.hostedemail.com

Protocol SSL: Enabled

 

Configuration POP3:

Username: your email 

Password: the Password you selected

Port: 995

Server: mail.hostedemail.com

Protocol SSL: Enabled

 

Do you know the difference between IMAP and POP3? Choosing the POP3 protocol, the mail will be fetched from the server and saved locally on your PC. In this way, the mail messages will not be available on Webmail. Choosing instead of IMAP the messages will be saved on the server but will still be viewable on the client configured. The IMAP protocol is the best solution for those who use both e-mail Clients that Webmail. 

 

OUTGOING MAIL

 

SMTP configuration:

Username: your email 

Password: the Password you selected

Port: 465

Server: mail.hostedemail.com
Protocol SSL: Enabled

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