Google Mail Fetcher setup for cPanel email account

Google Mail Fetcher setup for cPanel email account

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Google Mail Fetcher setup for cPanel email account

Google Mail Fetcher functionality allows you to add your cPanel mail account into Gmail Webmail, so you will be able to conveniently check both accounts in one place.

To configure it, follow the steps below:

1. Login to your Gmail account and go into Settings menu
2. Navigate to the tab Accounts and Import
3. Click on Add a POP3 mail account you own option in the section Check mail from other accounts (using POP3):
4. Enter the address of your cPanel mail account and click on Next Step
5. On the next page configure the settings as follows:

Username: full email address
Password: mail.yourdomain.com (replace with your own domain name)
POP3 Server: server your account is hosted on
Port: 995 with SSL, or 110 with no SSL

and checkmark the options you need:

– Leave a copy of retrieved messages on the server
– Always use a secure connection (SSL) when retrieving mail
– Label incoming messages
– Archive incoming messages

6. Click on Add Account
7. Once your account is successfully added, you can decide whether to use this email as From address. This way you will be able to compose messages in Gmail, but have them appear to be sent from your Private Email address.

Check Yes option to enable this functionality

8. Enter the Name you would like to see in the FROM field.

Click on Next Step

9. Configure the settings as follows:

SMTP server: server your account is hosted on
Username: full email address
Password: password for this account
Port: 465 with SSL, or 25 without

Click on Add Account

10. Now check the verification code sent to your Private Email address (since you already added the account in Gmail, the code will be delivered to Gmail inbox).

Paste it in the corresponding field and click on Verify to finish the setup process.

That’s just it!?

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