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How to Setup Your Email Application

Summary

Introduction

Bluehost allows you to host your own email accounts. Creation and management of the email accounts happens on your account cPanel. The email accounts can be accessed by using email applications like Mac Mail or Microsoft Outlook.

Creating and Managing Email Accounts

Please see Managing Your Email Accounts

Email Application Setup

Many email applications can be setup with just a username and password. The following are setup guides for common email applications.

Windows

OS X

Mobile Devices

Webmail

Basic Application Settings

If you need to manually configure your email application you can use the following settings.

  • Username: The email address (username@example.com)
  • Password: The password set for that email account
  • Incoming Server: mail.yourdomain.com
  • Outgoing Server: mail.yourdomain.com (server requires authentication)
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