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How to Add a cPanel email account on Apple/iOS?

You can add a cPanel email account to your Apple IOS mobile and be able to automatically check emails in a specific time or manually do it. You can get a new email notification on your email.

1. Open the main screen of your Apple Mobile and click on the “Mail” Icon.

2. Select the “Other” Option.

3. Tap on New Account and then under the “Imap” option. Enter an email, your full cPanel email address and a description such as Support Account, etc. Then pressĀ  the “Next/Ok” button.

4. It can take a few minutes to verify the login details.

5. If the account is successfully added. Go to the Home Screen and click on Settings.

6. Scroll down and tap on Mail, Contacts, Calendars found under the setting option.

7. Under “Accounts”, tap on the email account you created in step 3.

8. Under IMAP option, tap on your email address.

Note: Mail option should be turned on (Green) and Notes should be disabled.

9. Under “Incoming Mail Server”, your info should be as follows:
Hostname: Your domain name such as example.com
Username: Your full email address such as you@example.com
Password: Your email password.

10. Now Tap on SMTP domain under the “Outgoing Mail Server option.

11. Make sure that the “Primary Server” status is “On.

12. Outgoing Mail Server
Hostname: Your domain name, such as example.com
Username: Your full email address, such as you@example.com
Password: Your email password.
Use SSL: Off
Authentication: Password.
Server Port: 587

(If you want to use an SSL, then check the port under your cPanel email configuration details. You can find these details under your cPanel >> Email >> Your Email >> Email Configuration)

Some Tips: If you have entered everything correct and the incoming or outgoing email shows an authentication error or does not work, then try to use your main cPanel account password instead of an email password.

How to check/fetch an email on Apple/iOS?

You can set an automatic email sync frequently but should you want to manually check for new emails, then you must go through this tutorial. However, before checking for new emails, you must make sure that you have already added your email account. Otherwise, examine our tutorial on How to add an email account on iPhone/iOS”.

1. Open the main screen of your Apple Mobile and click on the “Mail” Icon.

2. Under Mailboxes, tap on Inbox.

3. If it automatically starts syncing, you will need to wait for a few seconds. Otherwise, manually tap on the screen and it will display “Checking for Mails..”

4. Congratulations. You learned how to manually check emails. If any email comes in your inbox, it will be displayed. If no new email has arrived, you will see an empty box.

Note: If you want to automatically sync messages every 15 to 30 minutes or do it manually yourself, we suggest that you go through our “Automatically sync/fetch email” tutorial.

How to Automatically Sync or Fetch a cPanel email on Apple/iOS?

You can automatically set an automatic email syncing option. This means that if you received any email on your cPanel email account, it will be fetched/synced with your Apple/iOS mobile.
1. Open the main screen of your Apple Mobile and click on the “Settings” Icon.

2. Tap on “Mail, Contacts, Calendars”.

3. Now tap on “Fetch New Data”.

4. Select any option such as “Every 15 Minute” or manually select an option and set your custom time to frequently sync emails with your cPanel email server. If any new email arrives, a new message will show up in your inbox.

Now your email will be automatically synced/fetched with your iOS/iPhone.

How to Change the Signature of an Apple/iOS (Sent from my iPhone)?

If you send an email via iOS, a signature will be automatically added in reply such as “Sent from my iPhone”. But do you know that you can customize this signature as well?

1. Open the main screen of your Apple Mobile and click on the “Settings” Icon.

2. Tap on “Mail, Contacts, Calendars”.

3. Now tap on “Signature”.

4. Customize your signature.

After changing it, your iOS will send your customized signature instead of the default signature.