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Using Gmail instead of our webmail
Posted by Noble M on 14 June 2014 06:12 PM

If you’d like to use good ol’ Gmail for your email hosted with us we’ll help you set it up right here:

  1. Login to your Gmail account

  2. Click on the Settings icon and click on "Settings"

  3. Click on the "Accounts and Import" tab

  4. You’ll see an option to Check mail from other accounts (using POP3)

  5. Click on "Add a POP3 mail account you own"

  6. You’ll see a new window pop-up

  7. Enter your email address

  8. Click on Next Step

  9. Set the Username as your email address

  10. Enter your Email password

  11. Enter the POP Server as pop.yourdomain.com
    Note:
    If you have a Linux Hosting package, set the POP Server as mail.yourdomain.com
    If you have a Windows Hosting package, set the POP server as yourdomain.com 

  1. Tick Leave a copy of retrieved message on the server (This will ensure that a copy of your email is stored on our servers even after it gets downloaded to Gmail)

  2. We’d suggest you to tick Label incoming messages for better segregation of emails in your Gmail inbox

  3. Click on Add Account

  4. Tick Yes, I want to be able to send mail as [email protected]

  5. Click on Next Step

  6. You can choose to set your name for Outgoing emails on this page

  7. Click on Next Step

  8. Select Send through yourdomain.com SMTP servers

  9. Enter the SMTP Server as smtp.yourdomain.com
    Note:
    If you have a Linux Hosting package, set the SMTP Server as mail.yourdomain.com
    If you have a Windows Hosting package, set the SMTP Server as yourdomain.com

  1. Enter Username as your complete Email address

  2. Enter your Email Password

  3. Click on Add Account


  4. You’ll now receive an email in your webmail

  5. Login to your webmail

  6. Open the email you received from the Gmail Team

  7. Click on the verification link in that email




You’ll get a success message on doing this which means you’re all set to use your email account from Gmail

 

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