How to setup email accounts and check webmail


In order to use email with your domain, you will need to setup an email account in the mail control panel.  After this, you can check your mail any where on the web using webmail.


Setting up Email Accounts

For Pro Hosting and Business Hosting accounts:

1. Login at my.ihost.net
2. In the Dashboard, click on Service then My Services
3. Click on the green Active button next to your service.
4. On the Manage Product screen click on the Open Control Button which will open the Plesk control panel in a new tab.
5. To the left, select "Mail".
6. Press the "Add New" button.
7. Enter the following information:
    Login: (create a username)
    Password: (create a password)
    Confirm Password: (confirm the password created)
8. Press Okay

iHost Gold accounts:

    1. In the address bar of your browser type in mail.yourdomain.com/meadmin
        Note: You will need to substitute yourdomain.com with the name of your website.
    2. Sign in with the administrator email address on your account.
    3. Click the Add New button.
    4. Type the login ( the email address before the @ symbol) and a password.
    5. Click the Add button at the bottom.




Checking Webmail:

For Pro Hosting and Business Hosting accounts:


1. Go to http://webmail.yourdomain.com
   
Note: You will need to substitute yourdomain.com with the name of your website.
2. Login with your email address and password
3. Press the folder icon to the right to show your mailbox

For iHost Gold Hosting accounts:

1. Go to http://mail.yourdomain.com
   Note: You will need to substitute yourdomain.com with the name of your website.
2. Login with your email address and password
3. Press the folder icon to the right to show your mailbox







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