- How to register a domain?
- How to transfer a domain to server.trading?
- How to configure the domain’s DNS settings?
- How to add or renew an SSL certificate?
- How to force using an SSL connection on a website?
- Free SSL certificates for hosting plan VIP
- Where can I find the current prices of services?
- How to check payment history?
- How to generate invoices for paid services?
- Basic parameters for email configuration
- How to manage an email account?
- How to increase mailbox space?
- Basic parameters for FTP configuration
- How to manage an FTP account?
- How to log in to the online FTP client on server.trading?
- Basic parameters for database configuration
- How to add a database and a database user?
- How to access PhpMyAdmin?
- How to create a backup?
- How to move your website from computer to hosting?
- How to restore a website from your own backup?
- How to move your website from another hosting?
- How to configure your .htaccess
- How to get Google to index my website?
You can manage mailboxes in the panel user to Create "Email Account".
You can add email accounts to their domains, for example firstname.lastname@example.org. For these accounts, you can access through a web browser or an email application (using POP3, IMAP and SMTP). You can also choose to divert your mail to your existing private mailbox.
To enter your e - mail account in the Web browser, click "Mail" at the top of the page, enter the account name (for example, email@example.com and password.
You can always change your passwords to your email accounts in the panel under "Email account" ("Edit" button in the corresponding account row).
The settings to using Mozilla Thunderbird
- Go to the Thunderbird main menu and select "File" -> "New" -> "Existing mail account"
- Type a name for the account, add the user (ex, firstname.lastname@example.org) and password and type the name you want to send email from this account by Thunderbird.
- Press the "Continue" button - at this point, Thunderbird will ask you on the server for the e-mail settings and automatic configuration of the same. Automatic data configuration:
- Press the "Continue" - at this point, Thunderbird will ask at the server for email settings and configure itself automatically. Displayed data auto configuration:
Connecting to Microsoft Outlook
- Go to the "Tools" menu and select "Account Settings." Click "New".
- Select "Internet E-mail" and click "Next".
- Enter your name, email address (ex. email@example.com) and password. Select "Manually configure server options or additional server types".
- In the "Account type", select IMAP.
- Incoming mail server: mail.server.trading
- Outgoing mail server (SMTP): mail.server.trading
- Username: same as email.
- Check the "Remember password" box if you want, so that Outlook does not prompt for a password each time it connects.