Category: email

What SPF records are suggested in Shared Hosting

The Sender Policy Framework (SPF) is an email authentication technique that is used against email spoofing. Setting up an SPF record helps to prevent malicious persons from using your domain to send unauthorized (malicious) emails, also called email spoofing. The SPF protocol is used as one of the standard methods to fight against spam and

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Forwarding Email to Multiple Addresses in cPanel

In this guide, we will walk you through the steps for setting up email forwarding to multiple addresses in cPanel. There are two types of email forwarders that cPanel allows us to create. They are email account forwarders and domain forwarders. Setting up email forwarders for an email account allows you to send a copy

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Configure Google MX Records in a cPanel Hosting Account

In this tutorial, we will go over a few simple steps to configure the MX records to use Google Workspace (formerly G Suite). Please note, you must have an active Google Workspace (G Suite) subscription in order for your mail to function properly. Google MX Records Name/Host/Alias  Time to Live (TTL*)  Record Type  Priority  Value/Answer/Destination

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cPanel Email Setup Using Mac Mail (v11.2)

In this guide, we’ll go over connecting your Mac mail client (High Sierra) to your cPanel email account. This guide assumes you have already created the email account in cPanel as well as retained the password and connection information in your notes for use. Note #1: The default Mac mail client uses the incorrect ports

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WordPress SMTP & Contact Forms

In this tutorial we’ll go over the steps to add an SMTP plugin to your WordPress site & configure Contact Form 7 to send emails through an SMTP connection vs using standard php mail. This will assist in ensuring your emails are send using a valid email account and they don’t end up being sent

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cPanel POP or IMAP Email Setup Using Outlook 2010 – 2019

Quick Steps Step 1: Add an account in Outlook for POP or IMAP. Step 2: In cPanel, under Email settings, find the Configure Email Client link. Step 3: Make a note of the settings in cPanel, and enter them in Outlook. In this guide, we’ll go over connecting your Outlook 2019 email client to your cPanel email account.

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