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Learn Email

Understanding the Email service will help you set up and manage your email accounts!

Introduction


Email, short for Electronic Mail, is a method of exchanging information (messages) between two users over communications networks introduced in the 1960s. Email uses various protocols within the TCP/IP suite, most commonly the SMTP protocol for sending messages and the IMAP or POP protocol for receiving messages.

In this section, we will review the most popular and widely used Email Clients and guide you on how to configure your email accounts and take advantage of their essential functionalities to manage your business or personal online communication efficiently.

Categories of Email Tutorials

• Mozilla Thunderbird


Mozilla Thunderbird is one of the most popular and widely used free and open-source Email Clients. It is developed by the Mozilla Foundation and launched in 2004. The application is available for Windows, macOS, and Linux users. Easily configurable and customizable, the Thunderbird email application includes pretty much all the features you need, and it is the best option if you are looking for a free, reliable, and feature-rich desktop Email Client.

• Android Email Application


In this section, you will find useful tutorials based on how to configure your Email Accounts in the Default Email Application on Android Devices, how to edit your existing Email Accounts, how to delete old email accounts, as well as how to set up an Email Signature.

• Gmail App


Google’s Gmail App is one of the best Email Applications available out there. Power, speed, reliability, and rich feature set are the primary components users seek in an email app, and Gmail unquestionably covers them all. Organized inbox, less spam, multiple account support, quick search, and straightforward message arrangement are just a few of Gmail’s excellent features. Not to mention the possibility of attaching large files and photos through Google Cloud. At the end of the competition, Gmail wins! It is a bit hard to beat Google, after all. Since initially announced on April 1, 2004, Gmail quickly evolved and became a widely used platform. As of November 2014, the Gmail app allows its users to configure third-party provider email accounts. In this section, you will find tutorials covering the process of setting up accounts and managing email accounts in the Gmail app.

• Apple Mail


Apple Mail is in the top 3 of the most used email clients due to its simplicity, easy to use interface and reliability. Configuring your Apple Email client to send and receive emails on your cPanel Web Hosting Account might sometimes be quite a challenge. Thanks to our detailed macOS email tutorials, you will learn how to set up and use it on your Mac.

• Outlook Email


Microsoft Outlook is unarguably one of the most popular and widely used Email Clients. Including a strong feature set, such as calendar, task manager, contact manager, and more, Outlook remains the most comprehensive software primarily used as an email application. Outlook is available for Mobile Devices, Windows, Mac and web users. It is available as part of the Microsoft Office suite, as well as a standalone purchase. It allows smooth integration with the rest of the Microsoft Office apps and lets you share attachments right from OneDrive. Extremely powerful, highly customizable and including every feature that you might need, it is no surprise that Outlook keeps its positions in the competition.

• iPhone Mail


In this section, you will find useful tutorials based on how to configure your Email Accounts in the Default Mail Application on iPhone Devices, how to edit your existing Email Accounts, how to delete old accounts, as well as how to set up an Email Signature.