How do I setup my new email address in my email client?

To help get your email accounts set up in your preferred email client, we have complied the following list of instructions. If you see that the set up has changed, or there is an email client that you want to use that isn't on our list, please contact us at support@bizzymamahosting.com so we can get it updated.

Each link below will direct you to a webpage with instructions on how to set up your new @domain.com email accounts in the email client. If you have not yet created your email accounts, click here to read instructions on how to do that.

You can find the necessary settings for your email account in your New Account Email, but the general settings that you will want to keep in mind are:


POP3 Host Address: mail.yourdomainname.com
SMTP Host Address: mail.yourdomainname.com
Username: The FULL email address you are checking email for (ie, sales@yourdomainname.com)
Password: As specified in your control panel
Outgoing port: 26
Incoming port: 110

Please be sure the following options are checked, if applicable: "log on using secure password authentication" and "my server requires authentication."


Email Client Set Up Instructions:

Outlook 2012:

  1. With outlook open Click the tab labeled “File” on the top left hand side.
  2. Select “Info” on the left hand navigation 
  3. Click “Add Account”
  4. Enter the following information:
    1. Your Name: Enter your name as you would like it to appear in the "From" field of your outgoing messages.
    2. Email Address: Enter your full mail address (ie, sales@yourdomainname.com).
    3. Password: Enter your password- you chose this password when you created your email account in cPanel.
  5. Click the “Manually configure” checkbox and click next.
  6. Select internet email and click next 
  7. For your server information enter:
    1. For your Incoming mail server (POP3): type "mail" followed by your domain name (e.g. mail.yourdomainname.com)
    2. For your Outgoing mail server (SMTP): type "mail" followed by your domain name (e.g. mail.yourdomainname.com)
  8. Click on the more settings button
  9. Please leave the following options unchecked: "log on using secure password authentication" and "my server requires authentication."
  10. Outgoing port: 25 or 26 Incoming port: 110
  11. Save your changes to begin sending and receiving email messages.

Windows Live Mail:

  1. With Windows live mail open click the add email account link
  2. Enter the following information:
  3. Email Address: Enter your full mail address (ie, sales@yourdomainname.com).
  4. Password: Enter your password- you chose this password when you created your email account in cPanel.
  5. Your Name: Enter your name as you would like it to appear in the "From" field of your outgoing messages.
  6. Click the check mark box that says Manually configure server settings
  7. For your server information enter:
    1. For your Incoming mail server (POP3): type "mail" followed by your domain name (e.g. mail.yourdomainname.com)
    2. For your Outgoing mail server (SMTP): "mail" followed by your domain name (e.g. mail.yourdomainname.com)
  8. For your Login ID: enter your full email address.
  9. Please leave the following options unchecked: "log on using secure password authentication" and "my server requires authentication."
  10. Outgoing port: 25 or 26 Incoming port: 110
  11. Save your changes to begin sending and receiving email messages.

Thunderbird:

  1. With Thunderbird 3 open Click on the file menu and select new and click on mail account
  2. Enter the following information: 
  3. Your Name: Enter your name as you would like it to appear in the "From" field of your outgoing messages.
  4. Email Address: Enter your full mail address (ie, sales@yourdomainname.com).
  5. Password: Enter your password- you chose this password when you created your email account in cPanel.
  6. Click on continue
  7. Choose to manually enter your information. Thunderbird rarely gets it right the first time, so to avoid errors, simply input the details yourself.
  8. Enter in:
    1. User Name: enter your full email address.
    2. For your Incoming mail server (POP3): type "mail" followed by your domain name (e.g. mail.yourdomainname.com)
    3. For your Outgoing mail server (SMTP): "mail" followed by your domain name (e.g. mail.yourdomainname.com)
  9. Please leave the following options unchecked: "log on using secure password authentication" and "my server requires authentication."
  10. Outgoing port: 25 or 26 Incoming port: 110
  11. Save your changes to begin sending and receiving email messages.

Mac OS 10.3:

  1. With Mac Mac open Click on the mail menu and select preferences
  2. Click on the accounts tab
  3. Click the + sign to add a new account
  4. Enter this information:
  5. Your Name: Enter your name as you would like it to appear in the "From" field of your outgoing messages.
  6. Email Address: Enter your full mail address (ie, sales@yourdomainname.com).
  7. For your Incoming mail server (POP3): type "mail" followed by your domain name (e.g. mail.yourdomainname.com)
  8. User Name: Enter your full email address
  9. Password: Enter your password.
  10. For your Outgoing mail server (SMTP): type "mail" followed by your domain name (e.g. mail.yourdomainname.com)
  11. Click ok to get back to the accounts screen
  12. Click the Server Settings button
  13. Please leave the following options unchecked: "log on using secure password authentication" and "my server requires authentication."
  14. Outgoing port: 25 or 26 Incoming port: 110
  15. Save your changes to begin sending and receiving email messages.
Entourage:
  1. With Entourage open From the TOOLS menu select ACCOUNTS settings, this will open the accounts window.
  2. Select NEW.
  3. The "Account Setup Assistant" will launch, enter your full email address in the box (ex. sales@yourdomainname.com). 
  4. Click the arrow in the lower right corner to proceed. 
  5. Entourage will try to configure automatically, please choose to manually enter your details instead.
  6. Enter the following information:
  7. Your Name: Enter your name as you would like it to appear in the "From" field of your outgoing messages.
  8. Email Address: Enter your full mail address (ie, sales@yourdomainname.com).
  9. Account ID: Enter your full Email Address
  10. Password: Enter your password
  11. Make sure POP is selected and enter
  12. For your Incoming mail server (POP3): type "mail" followed by your domain name (e.g. mail.yourdomainname.com)
  13. For your Outgoing mail server (SMTP): type "mail" followed by your domain name (e.g. mail.yourdomainname.com)
  14. Click the arrow in the lower right corner to proceed. 
  15. Click the arrow in the lower right corner to proceed. 
  16. Click on the skip button
  17. Enter in the name you would like for the account and click finish
  18. Make sure the account is selected and double click on the account
  19. In the sending mail section click on the advanced settings options
  20. Please leave the following options unchecked: "log on using secure password authentication" and "my server requires authentication."
  21. Outgoing port: 25 or 26 Incoming port: 110
  22. Save your changes to begin sending and receiving email messages.
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