In case email messages are a key part of your online communication with business colleagues or relatives, you might be better off using an email address with your very own personal domain and an email service provider that offers support for the POP3 and IMAP email delivery protocols, instead of using a web-based email service that entails restrictions as to the maximum size of the attachments. In this way, you will be able to check your mailboxes on any desktop or mobile device using any app – Thunderbird, Apple Mail, Outlook, and so forth. With the IMAP email protocol, you will be able to see the emails locally at your end, but they will be on the server at all times, while with POP3, all email messages will be downloaded on the device, unless you choose a copy to be saved on the mail server. What’s more, you’ll be able to make use of plenty of other handy options – calendars, contact groups, etc., not to mention that if there’s a temporary issue with your Internet service, you can still check your email messages since they will be on your desktop or mobile device.

POP3 IMAP E-mail Accounts in Shared Hosting

You’ll be able to use any email client and any desktop or mobile device to check your emails if you choose one of our Linux shared service. Our mail servers support both protocols (POP3 and IMAP), so you can pick the one that fits your needs – you can download all emails to your PC or you can keep the messages on the email server if you’ve got a company and different employees need to gain access to them, for instance. You can even download a configuration file for a specific email account for any of the three most widely used desktop email clients – Apple Mail, Outlook and Thunderbird. You will simply have to run the file on your computer and that email account will be set up automatically. In case you would like to use your smartphone, we’ve got exhaustive tutorials on how to create a mailbox on an Android- or an iOS-based handheld device.

POP3 IMAP E-mail Accounts in Semi-dedicated Servers

You can choose between the POP3 and the IMAP email protocols in case you have a semi-dedicated server account with our company. We support both, so you can choose what to do with your emails – to save them to your home computer or to leave them on the mail server and to view them from different devices. The second option will also allow multiple individuals to use the exact same mailbox – in case you’re hosting a company website on our semi-dedicated servers, for instance. You can find auto-config files in the Email Manager section of our Hepsia hosting Control Panel, which will permit you to automatically set up everything in a software application of your choice – Outlook, Thunderbird or Apple Mail, so you will not have to modify anything manually. In case you have a smartphone, you can set up any email account just as easily – just check our comprehensive tutorials for iPhone and Android. To make things easier, our how-to articles include step-by-step screen-caps.

POP3 IMAP E-mail Accounts in VPS Servers

Our Linux VPS service include a pre-installed email server, so you can host a domain name, then create a mailbox and set it up in an email software program as soon as your Virtual Private Server is assembled. We support both POP3 and IMAP connections by default, so you will not have to install anything manually. If your Virtual Private Server comes with our Hepsia hosting Control Panel or with cPanel, you’ll even be able to download auto-config files for Apple Mail, Thunderbird and Outlook, which will save you time and energy if you need to set up an email account in any of these applications. You will also be able to send out as many emails as you want – the VPS accounts have their own SMTP server, which takes care of the outgoing emails. With our VPS plans, you’ll be able to receive and send email messages from any location and any device. You can create a mailbox even on your mobile phone.