Configuring a POP email account in Outlook 2010

This tutorial assumes you’ve already launched Outlook 2010.

1) To configure a POP email account, first click the “File” tab.

2) Then click The “Add Account” button.

3) Enter your name as you would like it to appear in your emails.

4) Then enter the email address you want to configure here.

5) Enter and confirm the email account’s password.

6) Click here to manually configure your mail server settings.

7) Then click “Next”.

8) Ensure the “Internet E-mail” option is selected, then click “Next” again.

Next we have to configure our server settings.

9) Ensure “POP3” is selected as the account type.

10) Then enter the incoming and outgoing mail server addresses.

11) Enter your full email address as the user name, and the password.

12) Then click the “More Settings” button.

13) Click the “Outgoing Server” tab.

14) Then click here to require outgoing server authentication.

15) Click the “Advanced” tab.

16) If you need to change your server port numbers you can do so here… otherwise just click “OK”.

17) Click “Next”.

That’s it! The email account has been added.

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to configure a POP email account in Outlook 2010.

Configuring a POP email account with SSL in Outlook 2010

This tutorial assumes you’ve already launched Outlook 2010.

1) To configure a POP email account with SSL, first click the “File” tab.

2) Then click The “Add Account” button.

3) Enter your name as you would like it to appear in your emails.

4) Then enter the email address you want to configure here.

5) Enter and confirm the email account’s password.

6) Click here to manually configure your mail server settings.

7) Then click “Next”.

8) Ensure the “Internet E-mail” option is selected, then click “Next” again.

Next we have to configure our server settings.

9) Ensure “POP3” is selected as the account type.

10) Then enter the incoming and outgoing mail server addresses.

11) Enter your full email address as the user name, and the password.

12) Then click the “More Settings” button.

13) Click the “Outgoing Server” tab.

14) Then click here to require outgoing server authentication.

15) Click the “Advanced” tab.

16) Click here to require a secure SSL connection.

Note that by doing so the port number changed to 995, the default email port for SSL.

17) Select SSL for the outgoing server as well.

18) Be sure to enter 465 for the secure port number.

19) Then click “OK”.

20) Click “Next”.

That’s it! The email account has been added.

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to configure a POP email account with SSL in Outlook 2010.

Configuring a POP email account in Windows Live Mail

This tutorial assumes you’ve already launched Windows Live Mail.

1) To configure a POP email account, first click the “Accounts” tab.

2) Then click The “Email” icon.

3) Enter the email address you want to configure, and its password.

4) Enter a display name for your sent messages.

5) Then click here to manually configure your server settings.

6) Click “Next”.

Next we have to configure our server settings.

7) Ensure “POP” is selected as the server type.

8) Then enter the incoming server address here.

9) Leave “Clear Text” selected as the authentication type.

10) Then enter the full email address as your user name here.

11) Next, enter the outgoing server address here.

12) Check here to require authentication.

13) Then click “Next”.

That’s it! The email account has been added.

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to configure a POP email account in Windows Live Mail.

Configuring a POP email account with SSL in Windows Live Mail

This tutorial assumes you’ve already launched Windows Live Mail.
1) To configure a POP email account with SSL, first click the “Accounts” tab.

2) Then click The “Email” icon.

3) Enter the email address you want to configure, and its password.

4) Enter a display name for your sent messages.

5) Then click here to manually configure your server settings.

6) Click “Next”.

Next we have to configure our server settings.

7) Ensure “POP” is selected as the server type.

8) Then enter the incoming server address here.

9) Click here to require a secure SSL connection.

Note that by doing so the port number changed to 995, the default email port for SSL.

10) Leave “Clear Text” selected as the authentication type.

11) Then enter the full email address as your user name here.

12) Next, enter the outgoing server address here.

13) Check both these boxes to require a secure SSL connection and authentication.

14) Be sure to enter 465 for the secure port number.

15) Then click “Next”.

That’s it! The email account has been added.

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to configure a POP email account with SSL in Windows Live Mail.

Configuring a POP email account in ThunderBird

This demo assumes you’ve already opened ThunderBird.
1) Let’s learn how to setup a pop email account in ThunderBird. Click the file menu to continue.

2) Please click on New.

3) Click Existing Mail Account.

4) Please type your name.

5) Type your email address.

6) Select this option if you want to remember password.

7) Type your password.
8) Click on continue.
It will fill in settings automatically, but let’s choose manual config to choose the settings manually.
9) Click on Manual config.

10) Click here to select POP3 protocol.

11) Select POP3.

12) Under server hostname make sure it says mail.yourdomain.com or whatever hostname your web host supports.
The port for POP3 should be 110, which has been filled in already.
13) Later we will learn how to create an account with SSL, so lets deselect it from here.

14) Select None from these options.

15) Authentication should be set to Normal Password. Let’s select it from drop down.

16) Click on Normal Password.

17) SMTP will be selected by default. Make sure the server hostname is mail.yourdomain.com.
SMTP port should be 25. Let’s change it.

18) Select 25 from the list.

19) Later we will learn how to create an account with SSL, so lets deselect it from here.

20) Select None from options.

21) Authentication should be set to Normal Password.
22) Click on Done to finish the setup.

If you receive a warning like this one, since we are using a normal password, just continue by clicking on I understand the risks.

23) Click on Done to finish the setup.

Here is your newly created account!

This is the end of the tutorial. Now you know how to configure a pop email account in ThunderBird.

Configuring a POP email account with SSL in ThunderBird

This demo assumes you’ve already opened ThunderBird.
1) Let’s learn how to setup a pop email account with SSL in ThunderBird. Click on the file menu to continue.

2) Click on New.

3) Please click Existing Mail Account.

4) Type your name.

5) Type your email address.

6) Select this option if you want to remember your password.
7) Type your password.

8) Click on continue.
It will fill in these settings automatically, but let’s choose manual config to choose the settings manually.
9) Click on Manual config.

10) Click here to select POP3 protocol.

11) Select POP3.

12) Under server hostname make sure it says mail.yourdomain.com or whatever hostname your web host supports.
The SSL Port for POP3 should be 995.  Let’s change it.

13) Click on 995 to select it.

Notice SSL/TLS is automatically selected as we have choosen 995 for the port.
14) Authentication should be set to normal password. Let’s select it from the list.

15) Select Normal password.

16) SMTP will be selected by default. Make sure the server hostname is mail.yourdomain.com.
SSL SMTP port should be 465. Let’s change it.

17) Select 465 from the list.

Again, because we changed the port, SSL has been changed to SSL/TLS. Leave it as it is.
Authentication has been changed to autodetect. Let’s change it to a normal password.

18) Select Normal password.

19) Click on done to finish the setup.

Here is your newly created account!

This is the end of the tutorial. Now you know how to configurre a pop email account with SSL in ThunderBird.

Configuring a POP email account in Pegasus Mail

This tutorial assumes you’ve already launched Pegasus Mail.
1) To configure a POP email account, first click the “Tools” tab.

2) Then click “Internet Options”.

3) The easiest way to setup your email account is to start the Setup Wizard… click here.

4) Then click “Next”.

5) Enter your email address you wish to configure here, then click “Next” again.

6) Enter your incoming POP3 server address here, then click “Next”.

7) Enter your full email address as the username, and your email account’s password.

8) Then click “Next”.

9) Enter your outgoing server address here, then click “Next”.

10) Ensure the “Network or Broadband” option is selected, then click “Next”.

11) Click “Finish”.

12) Now click the “Sending (SMTP)” tab here.

13) Ensure the SMTP address we just setup is selected, then click the “Edit” button.

14) Click the “Security” tab.

15) Click here to setup SMTP authentication using your POP3 username and password.

16) Then click this “Select” button.

17) Choose your POP3 definition (the one you just setup), then click “Select”.

18) Then click “OK”.

19) Click “OK” again.

That’s it! The email account has been added.

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to configure a POP email account in Pegasus Mail.

Configuring a POP email account with SSL in Pegasus Mail

This tutorial assumes you’ve already launched Pegasus Mail.
1) To configure a POP email account with SSL, first click the “Tools” tab.
2) Then click “Internet Options”.
3) The easiest way to setup your email account is to start the Setup Wizard… click here.
4) Then click “Next”.
5) Enter your email address you wish to configure here, then click “Next” again.
6) Enter your incoming POP3 server address here, then click “Next”.
7) Enter your full email address as the username, and your email account’s password.
8) Then click “Next”.
9) Enter your outgoing server address here, then click “Next”.
10) Ensure the “Network or Broadband” option is selected, then click “Next”.
11) Click “Finish”.
12) Now click the “Receiving (POP3)” tab here.
13) Select the POP3 host we just setup, then click “Edit”.
14) Now click the “Security” tab.
15) Click here to require a secure SSL connection for the incoming server.
16) Then click “Change” so the port numbers are automatically adjusted.
17) Click the “General” tab.
Note that the port number has been updated to 995, the standard port number for SSL.18) Click “OK”.
19) Next click the “Sending (SMTP)” tab here.
20) Select the SMTP host we just setup, then click “Edit”.
21) Now click the “Security” tab.
22) Click here to setup SMTP authentication using your POP3 username and password.
23) Then click this “Select” button.
24) Choose your POP3 definition (the one you just setup), then click “Select”.
25) Click here to require a secure SSL connection for the outgoing server.
26) Then click “Change” so the port numbers are automatically adjusted.
27) Click the “General” tab.
28) Click “OK”.
Note that the port number has been updated to 465, the standard port number for SMTP SSL.29) Click “OK” again.
That’s it! The email account has been added.

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to configure a POP email account with SSL in Pegasus Mail.

Configuring a POP email account in IncrediMail

This tutorial assumes you’ve already launched IncrediMail.
1) To configure a POP email account, first click the “Tools” tab.

2) Then click “Email Accounts”.

3) Click the “Add” button.

4) Check here to configure settings yourself, then click “Next”.

5) Choose “Other” as the email account type you wish to setup.

6) Enter the email address you want to configure, and its password.

7) Then click “Next”.

Next we have to configure our server settings.

8) Ensure “POP3” is selected as the server type.

9) Then enter the incoming and outgoing server addresses here.

10) Then click “Next”.

11) Click “OK”.

12) With the new account selected here, click the “Properties” button.

13) Then click the “Servers” tab.

14) Check here to require server authentication.

15) Then click “More Settings”.

16) Ensure it’s set to use the same settings as your incoming server, then click “OK”.

17) Click the “Advanced” tab.

18) If you need to change your server port numbers you can do so here… otherwise just click “OK”.

19) Then click “Close”.

That’s it! The email account has been added.

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to configure a POP email account in IncrediMail.

Configuring a POP email account with SSL in IncrediMail

This tutorial assumes you’ve already launched IncrediMail.
1) To configure a POP email account with SSL, first click the “Tools” tab.

2) Then click “Email Accounts”.

3) Click the “Add” button.

4) Check here to configure settings yourself, then click “Next”.

5) Choose “Other” as the email account type you wish to setup.

6) Enter the email address you want to configure, and its password.

7) Then click “Next”.

Next we have to configure our server settings.

8) Ensure “POP3” is selected as the server type.

9) Then enter the incoming and outgoing server addresses here.

10) Then click “Next”.

11) Click “OK”.

12) With the new account selected here, click the “Properties” button.

13) Then click the “Servers” tab.

14) Check here to require server authentication.

15) Then click “More Settings”.

16) Ensure it’s set to use the same settings as your incoming server, then click “OK”.

17) Click the “Advanced” tab.

18) Click here to require a secure SSL connection for the outgoing server.

19) Be sure to enter 465 for the secure port number.

20) Then check here to enable SSL for the incoming server.

Note that by doing so the port number changed to 995, the default email port for SSL.

21) Click “OK”.
22) Then click “Close”.

That’s it! The email account has been added.

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to configure a POP email account with SSL in IncrediMail.

Configuring a POP email account in DreamMail

This demo assumes you’ve already opened DreamMail.
1) Now please click on the tools menu.

2) Please click Account Management.

3) Please click on New.

4) Type your email address.

5) Please type your password.

Leave these options selected.
6) Type your name.

By selecting this option, you will be able to manually configure the email account settings.
This is a very useful option. If you select this, DreamMail will set the mail server settings automatically if they are available.
7) So leave both selected. Then click on next to continue.
8) Type your name which will be displayed as the sender in your sent emails.

9) Click Next to continue..
10) Enter your username which should be your full email address, for example, username@yourdoman.tld

11) Click Next to continue…
Note that the server info has already been populated as we selected the auto search option earlier.
Mail servers listed here are domain.tld which may work, but for cPanel servers, mail.domain.tld is the recommended server name.
12) Lets change them. Click here to change…

13) Select mail.mybiz123.info.

Let’s change the outgoing server to the same: mail.mybiz123.info.
14) Click here to continue.

15) Select mail.mybiz123.info.

If your server needs SMTP server authentication, then leave this selected; otherwise, deselect it. Let’s keep it selected for now.

16) Click on Next to continue…
Keep this selected to leave your mail on the server despite downloading them in DreamMail.

17) Click on Next to continue…
Almost done! You can click on Test Account to verify the info you entered.
18) Let’s just hit Finish to continue… 

You have successfully configured a POP email account in DreamMail.

This is the end of the tutorial. Now you know how to Configure a POP email account in DreamMail.

Configuring a POP email account with SSL in DreamMail

Configuring a POP email account with SSL in DreamMail
This demo assumes you’ve already opened DreamMail.
1) Now click on the tools menu.

2) Click on Account Management.

3) Click New.

4) Type your email address.

5) Type your password.

Leave these options selected.
6) Type your name.
By selecting this option, you will be able to manually configure the email account settings.
This is a very useful option. If you select this, DreamMail will enter the mail server settings automatically if they are available.
7) Leaving both selected, click next to continue.

8) Type your name which will be displayed in the Sender column to the receiver.
9) Click on Next to continue…

10) Enter your username which should be your full email address, for example, username@yourdoman.tld
11) Click Next to continue…

Note that the server info is already populated as we selected the auto search option earlier.
The mail servers listed here are domain.tld which may work, but for cPanel servers mail.domain.tld is the recommanded server name.
12) Lets change them. Click here to change…

13) Select mail.mybiz123.info.

Let’s change the outgoing server to the same: mail.mybiz123.info.
14) Click here to continue…

15) Select mail.mybiz123.info.

If your server needs SMTP server authentication, then keep this selected; otherwise, deselect it. Let’s leave it selected for now.

16) Now select Requires a secure connecton (SSL) for the incoming mail server.

Note that the POP port has been changed to 995. You need an SSL port for a POP server.

17) Now select this option for the SMTP server.
The port hasn’t been changed for the SMTP server automatically like it was for POP3.
18) Make sure you change it to 465.
19) Now click on Next to continue…

Leave this selected so your mail will be left on the server despite it being downloaded in DreamMail.
20) Click on Next to continue…

Almost done! You can click on Test Account to verify the info you entered.
21) Let’s just hit Finish to continue…

This is the end of the tutorial. Now you know how to configure a POP email account with SSL in DreamMail.

You have successfully configured a POP email account in DreamMail.

Configuring a POP email account in Opera Mail

This demo assumes you’ve already opened Opera.
1) Click on the Opera icon to access Mail Accounts.

2) Click Mail and Chat Accounts.

3) You will get a popup asking you to create an account. Click Yes.

4) You will get a new popup asking for the account type. Just leave Email selected.
5) Now click Next.

6) Now type your Real Name.

7) Type your Email Address.

8) Click on Next to continue.

9) Type your Company Name.
10) Type your username which should be your full email address, for example, username@domain.com.

11) Type your password here.
12) Make sure you leave Regular Email (POP) selected.

Generally, on a cPanel server, the mail server name format is mail.yourdomain.tld
Opera Mail has entered that by default!

13) You will be asked to enter your mail server info.
14) To keep your messages on the server, leave this box selected.  

When you download email in Opera Mail, a copy is still stored on the server.
15) Also keep Until I permanently delete them checked, so they don’t get deleted when you delete them in Opera Mail.
16) Leave Use secure connection (TLS) unselected.
17) Leave Use secure connection (TLS) unselected too. We will learn about SSL account creaton in the next tutorial.
18) Click Finish to continue.

See, a sidebar has been opened.

Congraulations! You have successfully configured a POP email account in Opera Mail.
There you can see all the menu options and mail folders.
This is the end of the tutorial. Now you know how to configure a POP email account in Opera Mail.

Configuring a POP email account with SSL in Opera Mail

This demo assumes you’ve already opened Opera.
1) Click on the Opera icon to access Mail Accounts.

2) Click Mail and Chat Accounts.

3) You will get a popup asking you to create an account. Click Yes.

4) You will get a new popup asking for the account type. Just leave Email selected.
5) Now click on next.

6) Now type your real name.

7) Type your email address.

8) Click on Next to continue.

9) Type your company name.
10) Type your username which should be your full email address, for example, username@domain.com

11) Type password here.
12) Make sure you keep Regular email (POP) selected.

Generally, on a cPanel based server, the mail server name format is mail.yourdomain.tld
See, Opera Mail has entered that by default!

You will be asked to enter your mail server info.
13) To leave your messages on the server, leave this checkbox selected.  

When you download email in Opera Mail, a copy is still stored on the server.
14) Also keep Until I permanently delete them checked, so it doesn’t get deleted when you delete them in Opera Mail.
15) Select Use secure connection (TLS).

16) Select Use secure connection (TLS) for the outgoing server too.

17) Please click on Finish to continue.

You may also need to change ports for the account, which we will learn in the next tutorial.
See, a sidebar has been opened.

Congraulations! You have successfully configured a POP email account in Opera Mail.
There you can see all the menu options and mail folders.
This is the end of the tutorial. Now you know how to configure a POP email account with SSL in Opera Mail.

Configuring a POP email account on your iPhone

This tutorial will show you how to setup a POP email account on your iPhone.
1) First, locate and press the “Settings” icon. It may be on a different screen or in a different location than shown here.

2) Then select “Mail, Contacts, Calendars”.

3) Select “Add Account”.

4) Then choose “Other”.

5) Press “Add Mail Account”.

6) Enter the Name, Email address, and Email password of the email account you’re adding.

A “Description” will automatically appear, but you can change it if you like.

7) When finished, press “Next”.

8) In this tutorial we are creating a POP account… therefore, ensure the POP option is selected here.

9) Next you have to enter your Incoming Mail Server settings. Enter the Host Name, User Name and Password for the Incoming Mail Server.

10) Next, enter the Host Name, User Name and Password for the “Outgoing” Mail Server.

11) When finished, press “Save”.

Success! The POP email account has been setup on the iPhone, and you can see it here listed under “Accounts”.

12) Let’s return to the home screen by pressing the Home button on the iPhone.
13) To check your email, press the “Mail” icon here (Note: the icon may be in a different location on your iPhone).

14) If you have multiple email accounts setup in your iPhone, they’ll all be listed here. Select the email account we just setup…

15) … and any emails in your inbox will be displayed here. Click an email header to see the email.

That’s it! You now know how to setup a POP email account on your iPhone.

Configuring a POP email account on your iPad

This tutorial will show you how to setup a POP email account on your iPad.
1) First, locate and press the “Settings” icon. It may be on a different screen or in a different location than shown here.

2) Then select “Mail, Contacts, Calendars”… and then “Add Account”.

3) Then choose “Other”.

4) Press “Add Mail Account”

5) Enter the Name, Email address, and Email password of the email account you’re adding.

6) A “Description” will automatically appear, but you can change it if you like. When finished, press “Next”.

7) In this tutorial we are creating a POP account… therefore, ensure the POP option is selected here.

8) Next you have to enter your Incoming Mail Server settings… Enter the Host Name, User Name and Password for the Incoming Mail Server.

9) Next, enter the Host Name, User Name and Password for the “Outgoing” Mail Server.

10) When finished, press “Save”.

11) Success! The POP email account has been setup on the iPhone, and you can see it here listed under “Accounts”

12) Let’s return to the home screen by pressing the Home button on the iPad. To check your email, press the “Mail” icon here (Note: the icon may be in a different location on your iPad)

13) If you have multiple email accounts setup in your iPad, they’ll all be listed here.

14) Select the email account we just setup… and any emails in your inbox will be displayed here.

That’s it! You now know how to setup a POP email account on your iPad.

Configuring a POP email account in Apple (Mac) Mail

This tutorial assumes you have already set up an e-mail account in your control panel.

1) Click File… then click Add Account.

2) Type your name here as you want it to appear on outgoing mail… your full e-mail address… then enter the password associated with this e-mail address.

3) Click Continue.

4) Since we are setting up a mailbox using POP, leave that option selected. Then type a description for this incoming mail server.

5) Enter the Incoming Mail Server as provided by your host. Note that this can be anything from mail.example.com to just the domain name as shown here. Then type your username, and click Continue.

6) In order to send mail from this address, we need to set up the Outgoing Mail Server. Enter a description, followed by the Outgoing Mail Server.

7) If required by your host, check Use Authentication… and then click Continue.

8) Review the information and click Create.

9) That’s it! The mailbox we just set up is shown here, along with all the messages on the server in this account.