The general configuration settings are given below.

1. E-mail Address : Your complete email address

2. Password : Your email password

3. Incoming mail server (POP3) : If your domain does not have an SSL, you can use server hostname as incoming and outgoing mail server. You will get the server hostname from the product welcome mail. You will also get the server hostname by entering yourdomainname/cpanel in the browser. It will get redirected to the server hostname.


If you have SSL certificate installed for your domain, you can use your domain name as Incoming mail server.

4. Outgoing mail server (SMTP) : Use server hostname E.g:, if you do not have SSL certificate installed for your domain.

5. Outbound SMTP Port : 465

6. Inbound POP3 Port : 995

Please enable the following options. 

“Log on using secure authentication”

“enable SSL for this email account”

Leave a copy of messages on the server 

This is one option that would come in handy when you have disk space concerns. Un-check this, and your emails will be popped and stored only on your local computer. Your emails will not be stored in the server anymore. However, if you are planning on accessing your emails from different locations or multiple email clients, you wouldn’t want to check this option. Steps to check/uncheck this option in various email clients are mentioned in the following KB article

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