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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 you where to find that information in cPanel.

Log in to GreenGeeks and go to cPanel by clicking the “cPanel” button in the “Quick Server Login” section.

GreenGeeks dashboard click to log in to cPanel

In the “Email” section, click the “Email Accounts” link or icon.

where to find email server configuration information step 1

Click the “MANAGE” button in the row for the email account that you are adding to your email program.

where to find email server configuration information step 2

Click the “Connect Devices” icon or link.

where to find email server configuration information step 3

The top of the next page will provide some automatic configuration scripts for a few email programs. For our purposes, we’re going to scroll down to the “Mail Client Manual Settings” section to see the connection configuration information.

where to find email server configuration information step 4

The information here should be all that’s needed to set up the vast majority of email programs or connections.

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  1. Took me a while to work it out as I didn’t notice the ‘create’ button straight away to create the email address. Would have been helpful to have this in the instruction.
    Thank you,
    Nadya

  2. Rather than a picture of the email login data, we need to be able to Copy and Paste, rather than make users memorize it, then handtype it. Thanks

    1. If you log in as described you can cut and paste the server information.

      We can’t put cut and paste server information in an article like this because it wouldn’t be correct for everyone.

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