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12/08/2019

How to Check POP3 Email with Gmail



Pre-Flight Check
  • These instructions are intended specifically for setting up Gmail to check your POP3 e-mail account.
  • If these instructions don’t quite work for you, check-out our tutorial on setting up other e-mail clients.

If you’ve configured your e-mail in cPanel then you can check your mail via POP3 or IMAP. In this case, we’re going to use Gmail to check our e-mail from a cPanel server via POP3.

Step 1: Go to Account Settings

Click on the ‘settings’ button.

Then click on Settings.

Step 2: Go to Accounts and Import and Add a POP3 Account

Click on Accounts and Import.

Then click on Add a POP3 mail account you own.

Step 3: Add Your POP3 Mail Account

A new window where we can begin configuring your e-mail address should have opened.

Enter your Email address and click Next Step.

Username should be your username, generally with the domain included. For example, test-user@thebestfakedomainnameintheworld.com instead of just test-user .

Password should simply be the password for your e-mail account.

The POP Server should be set to the correct hostname. Generally speaking, this will be mail.yourdomain.com or similar.

And be sure the Port is set to 110 .

Click on Add Account .

Step 3: Add Your SMTP Account

If you want to send mail as the e-mail address you’ve configured, then click the radio button for Yes, I want to be able to …

Then click on Next Step .

Name should be your name as you want it to appear in e-mails that you send.

Click on Next Step .

The SMTP Server should be set to the correct hostname. Generally speaking, this will be mail.yourdomain.com or similar. Be sure the Port is set to 25 .

Username should be your username, generally with the domain included. For example, test-user@thebestfakedomainnameintheworld.com instead of just test-user .

Password should simply be the password for your e-mail account.

Select the radio button for Unsecured connection and then click on Add Account .

Step 4: Verify Your SMTP Account

You should now receive an e-mail from Google asking your to verify the e-mail account. Verify your e-mail account by clicking the link in the e-mail.

Click on Close window .

That’s it, Gmail should now be setup to receive and send e-mail from your cPanel server!

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