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Configuring Your cPanel Email Account on Your iOS Device

Posted by Allison on 25 08 2017.

If you have a cPanel email account and you are using iOS devices (version 7.1) for your everyday leisure, entertainment, and work activities then you are in luck because you can now link your cPanel email accounts to the iOS devices that you use so that you can conveniently send and receive emails from it.

If you have a cPanel email account and you are using iOS devices (version 7.1) for your everyday leisure, entertainment, and work activities then you are in luck because you can now link your cPanel email accounts to the iOS devices that you use so that you can conveniently send and receive emails from it.
How to Configure Your cPanel Email Account on Your iOS Devices
To set up your cPanel email account, simply follow the instructions listed below.

Step 1: Tap the Settings icon on your iOS device. The Icon is usually found on the main screen of…

If you have a cPanel email account and you are using iOS devices (version 7.1) for your everyday leisure, entertainment, and work activities then you are in luck because you can now link your cPanel email accounts to the iOS devices that you use so that you can conveniently send and receive emails from it.

If you have a cPanel email account and you are using iOS devices (version 7.1) for your everyday leisure, entertainment, and work activities then you are in luck because you can now link your cPanel email accounts to the iOS devices that you use so that you can conveniently send and receive emails from it.

How to Configure Your cPanel Email Account on Your iOS Devices

To set up your cPanel email account, simply follow the instructions listed below.

Step 1: Tap the Settings icon on your iOS device. The Icon is usually found on the main screen of your device.

Step 2: After tapping the Settings Icon, a menu listing will pop up on your device. Navigate to the option that says “Mail, Contacts, Calendars” and tap on it.

Step 3: Locate the “Add Account” option in “The Mail, Contacts, Calendar” window that appears on your device.

Step 4: Tap on the “Add Account” option to enter its menu screen.

Step 5: In the “Add Account” menu screen, look for the “Other” option and tap on it.

Step 6: In the “Other” menu screen, find and tap on the “Add Mail Account” option.

Step 7: After tapping on the “Add Mail Account” option, your device will redirect you to the “New Account” interface screen where it will ask you to enter the following information.

  • Name – the name that you want to use for your cPanel email account.
  • Email – the Email address of your cPanel Email account.
  • Password – the password for your cPanel Email account.
  • Description – the text to describe the Email setting that you are creating.

Step 8: After entering the required information on the fields provided, tap on the “Next” button to continue with the setup.

Step 9: Another screen will appear asking you to select the type of mailbox for your cPanel Email account.

Note: Select IMAP mailbox rather than POP3 to avoid deletion of your emails in your server. We recommend that you create a cPanel backup for your email before you setup your cPanel email account in your iOS devices to ensure that everything is safe.

Step 10: Confirm the information that you have entered and then tap on the “Next” button to continue with the setup.

Step 11: Enter your cPanel’s incoming mail server details in the field provided.

Step 12: Enter the following information required on the screen that will appear.

  • Host Name- your cPanel’s Email account domain.
  • User Name- the cPanel Email address that you wish to link to your device.
  • Password – the password for your cPanel Email account that you have entered.

Step 13: Tap the “Next” button to continue.

Step 14: Tap the “Notes” toggle on the screen to disable it.

Step 15: Tap on the “Save” option to finish the cPanel Email account setup on your iOS device.