There are times when you may need to view or change your email account settings in Thunderbird. This is especially helpful if you find yourself troubleshooting an email issue or if you want to view your settings to set up another account. In this tutorial, we will show you how to access and change your Read More >
In this article, you will learn how you can use email encryption in your hosted email accounts. With email encryption, your messages will be unreadable by anyone except the intended recipient. This is valuable when using a shared hosting account for which email is controlled from one cPanel. Anyone with access to the cPanel can Read More >
Email signatures are generally used to display the sender’s name and contact information at the end of an email. Sometimes they are used to give website links or even memorable anecdotes. Regardless of what you wish to make your signature say, it is much easier if this content is automatically added to the end of Read More >
You can create a local folder in Thunderbird to archive messages from the server into. This allows you to reduce disk-space used by an e-mail account on the server, and to help prevent resource usage issues when using IMAP. Right-click on Local Folders and select New Folder… Give your new folder a name OPTIONAL: Select Read More >
Email Client Thunderbird Sending email doesn’t go through, so you’re forced to cancel the sending. After canceling sending of email, receive error message: Solution: If you have chosen no SSL in your settings, makee sure your outgoing port is set to 587. If you have chosen SSL in your settings, make sure your outgoing port Read More >
Email Client Thunderbird SSL Certficate Warnings you may see in Thunderbird when setting up email through SSL. Solution: In the Mail Account Setup warning, click the box beside “I understand the risks” and click the “Create Account” button In the Add Security Exception window click on view certificate and confirm the security exception. If you Read More >
Email Client Thunderbird Configuration could not be verified – is the username or password wrong? Solution: Make sure you have the correct email address and password entered. You can check the password by logging into webmail with your email address and password.
This article teaches you all about checking an email account in Thunderbird. We will only need to create a mailbox in Thunderbird. Below are the step by step instructions. You will need your email settings to complete this guide. You can view your email settings in cPanel at any time. How to create a new Read More >