How do I find my email settings?
In order to set up your email clients like Outlook, Mac mail, or Thunderbird, you will need to obtain your email settings. This article will give you the steps to find your email account settings in cPanel.
Steps to find your email settings
- Login into your cPanel.
- Go to Mail > Email Accounts.
- Navigate to your email and select the "More" drop box to the right of your email account.
Note! If there is no email account listed, you will need to create one.
Select Configure Email Client.
Here is where you will find your email settings. The Newer cPanel versions have a different look than the older cPanel installations. Below is what each looks like.cPanel email settings
Finding your email settings in Webmail
You can also get to the email settings through your Webmail interface. First you will need to Log into your Webmail. Once logged in you will see the option to "Configure Email Client". This will take you to the same location the cPanel method takes you.
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2014-04-20 5:13 am
Unable to send or receive emails at all to or from ******@yeshurun.org.uk.
Says Quota exceeded. we don't know how to resolve this. Please could someone email to *********@gmail.com with assistance
Tony Kaye - Yeshurun Synagogue Chairman
2014-04-21 8:50 am
Since this is a public forum, I have updated your email addresses for security purposes. Also, posting your email address publicly can result in many spam emails.
The email quota is set when an email address is created, and can be changed at any time.
Here is a link to our guide on the quota exceeded error, which explains how to increase the quota, and allows email to continue working.
If you have any further questions, feel free to post them below.
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Basic Introduction to Email
|1.||Email: a Basic Introduction|
|2.||How email works in general|
|3.||Creating an Email Account|
|4.||How do I find my email settings?|
|5.||Writing and Sending Email|
|6.||Changing an email password|