What are my email settings?

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  • 01.01.1970 10:00 am

Login in to your cPanel to create and manage the email addresses (mailboxes) you want to use. On the last step of creating the email address you will be presented with options to download auto-configuration tools for common email programs and displayed all the information you need should a manual setup be required (some mobile phones require manual setup).

Auto-configuration is currently available for

MacOS Mail for "Pre Lion" (10.4+)
MacOS Mail for "Lion" (10.7+)
Postbox
Mozilla Thunderbird
KDE Kmail
Microsoft Outlook 2010 for Windows
Windows Live Mail
Microsoft Outlook 2007 for Windows
Microsoft Outlook 2000 for Windows
Microsoft Outlook Express for Windows

Manual Configuration guides (external links):

Apple iOS Devices (all models including iPhone and iPad)
Samsung Andriod Devices (search for your model number)

As a general guide you can use the following connection details in your email program. Note that you must replace servername, you@yourdomain.com.au and yourdomain.com.au with your own details below.   The servername is available from your cPanel and account welcome email.
 
Incoming mail server: servername.mkndns.net.au
Outgoing/SMTP mail server: servername.mkndns.net.au
Username: The full email address of the mailbox you want to use e.g. you@yourdomain.com.au
Password: As specified in your cPanel when creating the mailbox 

Alternatively you can use (This method may display a warning about the security certificate not matching.  If this appears it can be ignored):

Incoming mail server: yourdomain.com.au
Outgoing/SMTP mail server: yourdomain.com.au
Username: The full email address of the mailbox you want to use e.g. you@yourdomain.com.au
Password: As specified in your cPanel when creating the mailbox

To access your email from any computer connected to the Internet you also have webmail. To access webmail simply visit http://yourdomain.com.au/webmail and login using the full email address and it's password.
 



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