Windows 7 operating system comes with Windows Live Mail, which can be set up to check your webmail account. Windows Live Mail is a free email client that you can use to send and receive emails from an email account you have set up in cPanel. If you have not set up an email account yet, please read our article on setting up an email account in cPanel.

  1. Open Windows Live Mail on your local computer.
  2. windows_live_1If Windows Live mail was never setup on your computer then you will see the Accept the agreement by clicking “Accept”.
  3. windows_live_2Now, fill in your information for the email address, Password, and make sure to check manually configure server settings. Then click OK.
  4. live_mail_9Fill in the server settings.
    Below are the non SSL settings. For the SSL settings, please see our Getting started guide for email.

    Server Type: Choose POP3 or IMAP (if you are unsure of the difference between POP and IMAP please read our article)

    Server Address: type in your domain name

    POP Port: 110 (Non SSL)

    IMAP Port: 143 (Non SSL)

    Authenticate using: Select “Clear Text

    Login user name: Use your FULL email address

    Outgoing Server Address: Use your domain name

    Port: 587 (Non SSL) (this is default, however some ISPs block port 25 traffic, read more information here if you need to use a different port)

  5. Click “Next
  6. Click “Finish

You’re finished setting up Windows Live Mail. You can now use it to check your email, send emails, and much more. You may want to send a test message from Windows Live Mail to be sure the set up was complete.

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