Setup email account on Android Smartphone

Email Hosting, Setup, WebMail

To setup a new email account on your Android or Smartphone…

Select “Add account” from Email tab.
Enter “Email Address”
Enter the password for “Email Address”
Press “Next”

Type of email account
You have the choice to choose the type of account you will be using on your android or smartphone.
POP3: Selecting this type will download and store emails on phone from the server.
IMAP: (Recommended) This will show a cached copy of email on your phone, emails will be stored on server.
Exchange: Exchange type is supported only for MSExchange type of server.

 

Email Account Setup

for Incoming Server Settings
Username: Enter your email address.
Password: Existing Password for your email account.
IMAP server: “mail.yourdomain.com”
Port:
NonSecure(No SSL): 143
Secure (SSL): 993
Security Type: Use “SSL/TLS – Accept all certificates” for best compatibility.
IMAP Path: INBOX (This will allow for you to store your Sent, Drafts and Deleted emails on the server.)

Press Next.

for Outgoing Server Settings
SMTP server: mail.yourdomainname.com
Port:
NonSecure (No SSL): 25 or 26
Secure (SSL): 465
Security Type: “SSL/TLS – Accept all certificates” for best compatibility.
Require sign-in Check this for authentication with the mail server.
Username: Enter email address
Password: Password for email address.

Press Next.

Other Account Options

1. “Inbox Check Frequency” – Every 15 min. You may increase this to 30 to save you on battery.
2. “Notify me when email arrives” – Yes.
3. “Sync emails from this account” – Yes.
4. “Automatically download attachments when connected to wi-fi” – Yes.

Press Next.

Final Screen to finish email account setup
Give a name to your account. (if you have multiple accounts on the one device, it will be better to give name for each email account, Business, personal etc.)
Enter the name (Senders name displayed on outgoing messages) All outgoing emails that you send from this device it will show this name to recipient.

We are Done!

Related: Email Hosting, Email Server, EMail on Mobile Setup

HTML signature on Webmail Company Logo in Email

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Creating HTML signature on Webmail, Squirrel, Roundcube Other Mail clients

You must be wondering how people add their company logo in the email signature! Just follow the steps given below and you will be able to add image in your email signature as well!
1. Log in to your webmail
2. Select Roundcube webmail application
3. Click on the Personal Settings on the Right Top Panel
4. Select on Identities Tab.
5. Double Click on the Display name.
6. Click on the HTML editor to enter your HTML signature
7. Click Save after you are done.
8. Go to Preference tab and check on the box for Compose HTML message.
9. Click Save and Done.

If you are not comfortable with the code then you might want to try the below given sample code and customize it as per your requirement:

Your name goes here
Your position goes here
Your Company Name
Your Tag Line
yourname@yourdomainname .com
Your phone number goes here

Your Company Name

You will want to change all the highlighted areas to the appropriate settings for your environment prior to placing in the signature area.

Note: If you are looking for the html signature in ‘SquirrelMail’ then you might get dissapointed as there is no html signature available in ‘Squirrel Webmail’. For html signature, you can start using ‘RoundCube’.

Setting up mobile for POP-IMAP email account

Email Hosting, Setup, Shared Hosting, WebMail

Setting your mobile for POP/IMAP email account hosted on UnicHost server.

  1. On your mobile, iPhone, tap Mail or from the settings menu choose Settings > Mail > Accounts > Add Account
  2. Choose your email account type: Other
    Click on Other (choose other if you’re using SmarterMail or WebMail)
  3. Select a server type — IMAP, POP, or Exchange
  4. Enter your mail account information:
    Enter your email address > The email server type (IMAP, POP, or Exchange) > Enter your incoming mail server (which may look like “mail.yourdomain.com”) > Enter your outgoing mail server (which may look like “smtp.yourdomain.com”) > Enter your username and password for incoming and outgoing servers (you may not need to enter a user name and password for an outgoing server)
  5. That’s it! You are ready with your emails on the go.

These 5 easy steps applies to all the accounts hosted on UnicHost windows servers or linux server. For further support feel free to contact one of our representative at support helpdesk.

Related to: Mail Servers, Email on Mobile

Steps for Setting up POP or IMAP Email Account in MS Outlook Express

Email Hosting, Setup, Web-Hosting

Setting Up Your POP or IMAP Email Account in MS Outlook Express

This article shows you how to set up Microsoft Outlook Express to work with your e-mail account hosted on UnicHost Web Server. These settings are mostly similar and worked with most of the versions of Microsoft Outlook Express as well.

To Set Up Your E-mail Account in Microsoft Outlook Express…

  1. Open Microsoft Outlook Express, under Tools menu, click on Accounts.
  2. Go to the “Mail” tab and click on “Add” menu, select Mail.
  3. In the Display Name field, enter you full name that will be display in From field, click Next.
  4. In the E-mail address field, enter your email address and click Next.
  5. On the E-mail Server Names page, add your information as follows:
    My incoming mail server is a select “IMAP”
    Incoming mail server (POP3, IMAP or HTTP)
    mail.yourdomain.com
    Outgoing mail (SMTP) server
    mail.yourdomain.com
    Click Next.

    NOTE: “mail.yourdomain.com” is an SMTP relay server. In order to use this server to send e-mails, you must have SMTP relay activated on your e-mail account. By default it is activated on account setup by UnicHost.com.

  6. In the Account Name, enter your email address and password in the Password field, click Next.
  7. Click Finish On the setup confirmation page.
  8. Now, on the Mail tab, select the account you just created, click on Properties on the right.
  9. Go to the Servers tab.
  10. Select My server requires authentication, and click Apply.
  11. Go to the Advanced tab for port settings. (Here you won’t need any modifications as such, except told to do so.)
  12. If you want to keep a copy of email messages stored on your email provider’s servers, in the Delivery section, select Leave a copy of messages on server (This is optional and applicable for POP settings only).

Your Outlook Express account is now configured, and it’s ready to use. Click Close to close the Internet Accounts window and return to Outlook Express.

Can I send targeted bulk emails using your Servers?

Email Hosting

Can I send bulk, yet targeted Email from Shared Hosting?

Bulk Emails are considered to be spam. So, to help preventing spammers to abuse the internet services and to keep our servers spam-free, we do not allow to send bulk emails from our shared servers. Considering the need of our customers, we have created separate policies for email usage on shared, vps, dedicated servers with hourly restrictions. Please read the “terms of service” for more information.

If you are looking for a dedicated server or a virtual private server to use it as a Mail Server also called as SMTP Server to send legitimate emails then we can set it up for you.

 
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