POP3 IMAP E-mail Accounts
Discover more about the various e-mail protocol types and which type to choose when setting up a mail client.
In case you have a domain name and a hosting plan for it, you will be able to create mailboxes for personal or business purposes and to set them up with email apps such as Outlook, Thunderbird or Apple Mail. During the procedure, you will be able to choose one of the two popular email delivery protocols – IMAP or POP3. The first protocol will allow you to examine all messages, but they will remain on the email server, while with the second one, all messages will be downloaded onto the device where the email account is set up, unless you specifically choose a copy to be left on the server. In this way, you can choose if you want all your e-communication to be stored on one single device, or if you would rather be able to check the email messages from numerous locations. The latter option is very useful for corporations where a number of employees working on separate computers need access to a certain email account.
POP3 IMAP E-mail Accounts in Website Hosting
Each website hosting plan that we offer will permit you to create mailboxes with any domain name hosted under your account and to set them up on any device. During the setup procedure, you can select between the IMAP and the POP3 email retrieval protocols, as we offer support for both, so you can choose which one to use in accordance with your preference and the purpose of the account – you may decide to download all emails if you’ve got a personal account and to save the messages on the mail server – if you have a business account, for instance. The Email Manager, which is part of our in-house built Hepsia Control Panel, allows you to download and run a small auto-config file, so as to set up an email account with an email software application – Apple Mail, Thunderbird or Outlook. You can use even your smartphone to examine your emails and we have a comprehensive tutorial on how to perform this on an iPhone or an Android phone.