The following articles show you how to set up and troubleshoot e-mail for your web site. After you create an e-mail account in cPanel, you can access it using webmail in your browser, or your own e-mail client application such as Outlook or Thunderbird.
Learn how to configure and access e-mail for your Linux, or Managed WordPress hosting account.
E-mail accounts can sometimes be rendered inaccessible due to too many failed login attempts. This article walks you through how to resolve the issue.
A2 Hosting offers several webmail clients with hosting packages. This article shows how to add a custom signature to Roundcube and Horde.
SMTP, POP3, IMAP... this article introduces fundamental e-mail protocols: what they are, and when they are used. If you are new to setting up e-mail accounts, we recommend you start here.
Webmail is the easiest way to access an e-mail account, and requires no special configuration. Learn the available webmail options for your account in this article.
Learn how to set up a client application to access an e-mail account on an A2 Hosting server. Although this method requires more configuration than using webmail, it also offers more features. This article covers how to set up incoming mail with IMAP or POP3, and outgoing mail with SMTP.
Are you having trouble accessing your e-mail account or sending messages? This article provides numerous steps to take when troubleshooting e-mail accounts, both for account access difficulties and problems with sending outgoing messages.
This collection of articles demonstrates how to set up e-mail access for a variety of client applications, including Mac Mail, Microsoft Outlook, and more.
This article discusses a problem that can occur on Mac Mail and Outlook Express when you use IMAP to connect to an e-mail account. Messages that you send may not be copied to the Sent folder. Learn how to resolve this problem.
You can view a message's raw e-mail headers to help troubleshoot e-mail problems. Additionally, A2 Hosting support staff may ask you to send this information if you are experiencing certain types of e-mail issues. This article describes how to view the e-mail message headers using a variety of client applications, including Mozilla Thunderbird, Microsoft Outlook, Apple (Mac) Mail, and webmail.
Some hosting packages do not allow you to send e-mail through external SMTP servers, while other hosting packages have fewer restrictions. Learn more here.
If you are experiencing problems with Apple (Mac) Mail, this article is here to help. This article covers general troubleshooting steps, as well as Apple Mail-specific steps such as being unable to connect to an account, incoming messages not appearing in an inbox, the mailbox not updating, and other common issues.
MailChannels provides outbound mailbox filtration for A2 Hosting’s Shared, Reseller, Turbo, and Managed WordPress customers. MailChannels identifies any spammers, improves email reputation, and ensures reliable email delivery. MailChannels ensures you will stay one step ahead of spammers. This article discusses the advantages of using MailChannels and how MailChannels works.
In this article, learn about catch-all e-mail addresses: what they are, how to use them, and alternatives.