This is a guide to help you connect your personal C-Panel (@yourdomain.com) email to your Gmail account
- Make sure you have the following information:
Click the settings icon in gmail, then go to the Accounts and Imports tab, and under the “Check mail from other accounts” section, click Add a mail account.
Enter the email address and click Next. On the next page, check the box that reads “Import email from my other account (POP3)”, and click next.
Enter the username, password, and POP server and port as mentioned in step 1. Read over the other options listed on this page. I would recommend leaving a copy of retrieved messages on the server. Once that is done, click Add Account.
On the next page, select “Yes, I want to be able to send mail as *email address*, then click next
Enter the name you would like the outbound mail to be sent as. Click on “Learn more” to determine if you should treat this email account as an alias or not. Once this has been determined, click Next Step.
Enter the SMTP server and port from step 1, as well as the username and password, then click Add Account. If all the information has been added correctly, you should receive an email at the email address just added. That account will contain both a link and a code that you can use on this final step – either click the link in the e-mail or copy and paste the code in the verify code box.
- The new email address
- The incoming POP3 server and port
- The outgoing SMTP server and port
- The username and password
You should be all set now.
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