Configure Your Desktop Email Client To Send and Receive Email:
Hey there! If you’re looking to set your desktop mail client software as your default email shop, you’ve come to the right place!!
However, on multiple email clients such as Outlook, Outlook Express, Thunderbird etc., Desktop Email Client can be configured.
In other words, the mail clients listed below contain instructions on how to set up your mail account for the mail clients specified.
- Microsoft Outlook 2007, Microsoft Outlook 2010, Microsoft Outlook 2013, and Microsoft Outlook 2016
- Microsoft Outlook Express
- Mozilla Thunderbird
- Apple Mail
- Android Phone
Still, having an issue configuring your desktop email client to send and receive the email? Do contact our Support Team.
A mail client is an application that you use to check your emails. The mail client can be either web-based or a desktop application such as Microsoft Outlook or Express.
Why do you need to configure the mail client?
Do you know? You can configure your mail client to receive emails from any account you setup through cPanel. For example, if you use Microsoft Outlook and want to configure the application to receive and send emails from an account created in cPanel, what you can do is setting cPanel to automatically configure your Microsoft Outlook.
When you need to configure email on any mail client, you would need to know specific information in order to create the account. The most basic information you’ll need to know includes:
- Mail server name
After that, you can then configure your email user further by setting it up as an IMAP or POP address and enabling secure ports.