All Web Hosting plans come with Email Hosting. If you have already registered a domain, then you can now set up professional email addresses — boosting customer confidence in your brand, and enhancing efficiency of delivery when sending emails to multiple recipients.
If you have the domain example.com, then you can set up email addresses like firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
This guide will show you how to get started — from how to create and access your email accounts, to the different ways you can personalise them.
Table of Contents
- Connecting your Domain to Email Hosting
- Your Hosting Manager
- How to Create an Email Account
- How to access your Email Account
- Quick Email Settings
- Desktop - Email Access
- Webmail - Email Access
- Mobile - Email Access
1. Connecting your Domain to Email Hosting
If your domain and web hosting are with Crazy Domains, then your Email Hosting is automatically connected to them.
If your domain is registered with another provider, then you need to first connect it with your web hosting. To do that, you need to log in to your domain’s management console and update the Name Servers to that of your Web Hosting provider.
For more information regarding connecting your domain to your email hosting, click the link below:
2. Your Hosting Manager
Your Hosting Manager is where you can create and set up your email accounts, as well as manage them. Just log in to your Hosting Manager and click the word Email (or the [ v ] arrow symbol on the right) on the Home page to see your options.
3. How to Create an Email Account
Once you have connected your domain to your hosting, you can then access your Hosting Manager and start creating email addresses.
Before you can start sending email using your professional address, you have to create the email account first. For instructions on how to create an email account, click the link below.
The next sections will show you how to access your new email account using various tools.
4. How to access your Email Account
There are many ways to check your email, so you can pick the way that you find most convenient.
For Desktop Email Clients, you can use the following:
For Webmail you can check emails using any browsers like the following:
- Internet Explorer
You can also use any third party software using your mobile device. You can find appropriate mobile apps from the following app stores:
- Play Store (Android)
- App Store (iOS)
- BlackBerry World (BlackBerry OS)
5. Quick Email Settings
You will need these settings to configure your email client. Each client will have different layouts, this is the basic set of information that any email client will need.
|Username||Your full e-mail address|
|Password||Your e-mail account password|
|Incoming Port||110 for POP3 or 143 for IMAP|
|Outgoing Mail server (SMTP) Port||587|
|Secure Authentication or SPA||Needs to be turned off|
6. Desktop - Email Access
You can use any mail client (such as Outlook or Mac Mail) that you want to connect to our servers. The tutorials below will guide you in setting up your email client.
- Outlook 2016
- Outlook 2013
- Outlook 2010
- Outlook 2007
- Outlook 2003
- Outlook Express
- Live Mail
7. Webmail - Email Access
Webmail allows you to check your email from your browser, such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Chrome. Webmail requires no configuration settings — you can simply log in and check your email. The tutorial link below will show you how to log in to your Webmail.
8. Mobile - Email Access
You can configure your mobile phone, tablet or any mobile device to connect to your email. The tutorial links below will guide you setting up email on some common mobile devices.
Other Email related options
The tutorials below will show you how to configure different personalised email settings.
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