How to View your Email Settings in cPanel and Webmail (paper_lanern)

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Learn how to View your Email Settings in cPanel or Webmail in this walk-through video. This allows you to setup an email client, or view your SMTP settings for setting up your site. Listed will be the POP3, IMAP, and SMTP settings. Below is a summary of the steps.
View Email Settings in cPanel:
1. Login to cPanel.
2. Click “Email Accounts” in the Email section.
3. Click the “Set Up Mail Client” link next to your address.

View Email Settings in Webmail:
1. Login to Webmail here:, or (be sure to replace with your actual domain name)
2. Click your email address in the to right corner. Then click the “Configure Mail Client” Link.

For more information, see our full guide – How do I find my email settings? –

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  • teemoIRL
    Posted at 02:55h, 30 July

    truly creepy, please blink, youre making me uneasy lol

  • Team myWebz
    Posted at 05:57h, 17 August

    how to start incoming mail

  • Troy De Ville
    Posted at 19:46h, 11 October

    It just logs me straight into squirrelmail?

  • dursun durmaz
    Posted at 21:04h, 01 November

    The third step doesnt appear on my cpanel so i cant see any "Set Up Mail Client" link ?