This article demonstrates how to set up Microsoft Mail to access an A2 Hosting e-mail account.
This article assumes that you have already created at least one e-mail account for your domain. If you have not done this, please see this article to learn how to create an e-mail account using cPanel.
This article also assumes that you have some basic familiarity with e-mail protocols (SMTP, IMAP, and POP). If you are unfamiliar with these protocols, please read this article first before you try to set up a client e-mail application.
This article describes how to set up the version of Mail included with Windows 10. Older Mail versions on other Windows versions may have user interface differences, but the general steps are the same.
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.