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If you are wondering how to add your cPanel email accounts to your Android devices, here below is our simple guide on how to setup cPanel email account on your Android.

Follow this instruction to configure your email on an Android phone.

1. Click Email on the main screen of your Android phone.

2. Select Other and insert your full email address e.g. test@noworryhost.com and the password for it in the appropriate fields:

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Click Sign in.

3. Select protocol type: IMAP or POP3. We advise you to use IMAP:

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If you choose the IMAP protocol, you will need to indicate the following fields:

The email address, username, and the password should have been already filled in the corresponding fields.
Host name: server your account is hosted on (it is possible to use server IP-address or mail.yourdomain.tld if you do not want to use SSL).

If you do not want to use Secure Sockets Layerconnection: port 143 and Security type: None.

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4. If you want to use Secure Sockets Layer connection: port 993 and Security type SSL/TLS:

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Then clink Next.

5. If you choose POP3 protocol, you will need to indicate the following fields:

Email address, username and password should have been already filled in the corresponding fields.
Host name: server name where your hosting account is located (it is possible to use server IP-address or mail.yourdomain.tld if you do not want to use SSL)

If you want to use Secure Sockets Layer connection: port 995 and Security Type SSL/TLS:

6. If you do not want to use Secure Sockets Layer connection: port 110 and Security type None:

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Click  Next.

7. Enter the Outgoing Server Settings in the following way:

Email address, username and password should have been already filled in the corresponding fields.
Host name: server name where your hosting account is located (it is possible to use server IP-address or mail.yourdomain.tld if you do not want to use SSL)

Require sign-in should be checked.

If you do not want to use Secure Sockets Layer use port 587 and Security type None:

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8. If you want to use Secure Sockets Layer connection you need to use port 465 and Security type SSL/TLS:

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9. Click Next to finish the setup

That’s it!

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