To setup your Email client such as Outlook, Thunderbird and so on you will need the mail settings as below:

For IMAP

Account type: IMAP

Incoming mail server: mail.domain.com (using your actual domain name)

Port 143

Username: Full email address

Password: mail account password


For SSL on cPanel use -

Incoming mail server - mail.domain.com (using your actual domain name)

Port :993


For SSL on Plesk use - 

Incoming mail server - cloud[YOURSERVERNUMBER].unlimitedwebhosting.co.uk (if you are unsure of your cloud number then please get in touch with us)

Port :993


For POP3

Incoming mail server: as above

Port 110

User/pass: as above


For SSL on cPanel use -

Incoming mail server - mail.domain.com (using your actual domain name)

Port :995


For SSL on Plesk use - 

Incoming mail server - cloud[YOURSERVERNUMBER].unlimitedwebhosting.co.uk (if you are unsure of your cloud number then please get in touch with us)

Port :995


Outgoing mail server: as above

Port 25    (you can try port 25025 if you have issues sending)

User/pass: as above


For SSL on cPanel use -

Outgoing mail server - mail.domain.com (using your actual domain name)

Port :465


For SSL on Plesk use - 

Outgoing mail server - cloud[YOURSERVERNUMBER].unlimitedwebhosting.co.uk (if you are unsure of your cloud number then please get in touch with us)

Port :465


Please make sure you enable outbound authentication if using Outlook. This will use the same credentials as your incoming server.

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