Where to Find Mail Server Login Information for GreenGeeks-hosted Domains

To use email for your GreenGeeks-hosted domains, you’ll have to either use one of the available webmail options or configure an email program to send and receive mail. No matter which email program you choose, the configuration will require login credentials and POP or IMAP (incoming) and SMTP (outgoing) server information. This article will show […]

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How to Use Gmail for a Domain Hosted at GreenGeeks (or Anywhere Else)

Does this sound familiar: You’ve set up your first email address on your new domain, and you’re looking around for a web-based email tool, but all you can find are clunky generic programs that just feel…old. There must be something else out there, right? There is, and you probably already use it. Gmail. That’s right, […]

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Using the Email Deliverability Tools in cPanel

Anyone who sends email wants to keep their messages out of the recipient’s spam or junk folders. You also want to avoid bounced messages with “SPF record failure” errors, and failure errors for messages you never sent. Email authentication is the way to solve all of those problems. What Are SPF and DKIM? The two […]

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How Do I Check My Email Via Webmail?

GreenGeeks offers our customers email accessibility via the web. You can access the webmail client through either of these URLs: http://webmail.ggexample.com/ http://ggexample.com/webmail/ Note: Replace “ggexample.com” with your domain name. For more information, see the article, How Do I Set up an Email Account?

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How Do I Set up an Email Account?

When you create an email account through your GreenGeeks cPanel, you will be able to access email via IMAP, POP3 or Webmail. To create an email account, log in to your GreenGeeks Account Manager and go to cPanel by clicking the “cPanel Login” button in the “Quick Server Login” section. In the “EMAIL” section, click […]

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