The following articles show you how to set up e-mail for your web site. After you create an e-mail account in cPanel, you can access it using webmail in your browser, or your own e-mail client application such as Outlook or Thunderbird.
SMTP, POP3, IMAP... this article introduces fundamental e-mail protocols. If you are new to setting up e-mail accounts, we recommend you start here.
Learn how to access an e-mail account using webmail. This is the easiest way to access an e-mail account, and requires no special configuration.
This article provides information you need for setting up a client application to access an e-mail account on an A2 Hosting server. Although this method requires more configuration than using webmail, it also offers more features.
Are you having trouble accessing your account or sending messages? This article shows several ways to troubleshoot e-mail accounts.
These articles demonstrate how to set up e-mail access for a variety of client applications, including Mac Mail, Microsoft Outlook, and more.
This article discusses a problem that can occur on Mac Mail and Outlook Express when you use IMAP to connect to an e-mail account. Messages that you send are not copied to the Sent folder.
You can view a message's raw e-mail headers to help troubleshoot e-mail problems. Additionally, A2 Hosting support staff may ask you to send this information if you are experiencing certain types of e-mail issues. This article describes how to view the e-mail message headers using a variety of client applications.
Some hosting packages do not allow you to send e-mail through external SMTP servers, while other hosting packages do not have this restriction. Learn more here.
If you are experiencing problems with Apple (Mac) Mail, this article is here to help.