In case you have a domain name and a hosting plan for it, you’ll be able to create mailboxes for personal or commercial purposes and to set them up with email applications such as Outlook, Apple Mail or Thunderbird. In the meantime, you’ll be able to pick one of the two popular protocols – IMAP or POP3. The first one will permit you to view all messages, but they will stay on the mail server, while with the second protocol, all email messages will be downloaded onto the device where the email account is set up, unless you explicitly choose a copy to be kept on the server. In this way, you can choose if you’d like all your e-correspondence to be stored on one single device, or if you’d rather be able to see the email messages from multiple places. The second alternative is pretty valuable for businesses where different employees working on different machines need to have access to a certain mailbox.

POP3 IMAP E-mail Accounts in Shared Web Hosting

With a shared web hosting from , be able to use any device and any to your . We the , so you can when you your . To make things , you can download a from for each that you . You can set up the latter with your by simply . This option an alternative to our webmail and the two , so if you create a in Outlook, for , it will appear both in the webmail and on any where the is .

POP3 IMAP E-mail Accounts in Semi-dedicated Servers

You can pick between the IMAP and the POP3 email retrieval protocols if you have a semi-dedicated server account with our company. We support both of them, so you can decide what to do with your emails – to save them to your home computer or to leave them on the server and to access them from different devices. The second option will also permit multiple individuals to check the very same mailbox – if you are hosting a corporate website on our servers, for example. You can find auto-configuration files in the Email Manager section of our Hepsia Control Panel, which will enable you to set up everything automatically in an email software app of your preference – Thunderbird, Apple Mail or Outlook, so you will not need to fine-tune any settings manually. If you’ve got a mobile phone, you can set up any mailbox just as easily – simply check out our elaborate tutorials for iPhone and Android. To make things even simpler, the how-to articles come with step-by-step screenshots.