Today you'll learn how to add your domain email on your iPhone mail application.
If you're hosting your website on a shared server, chances are you're probably using webmail to access your domain email.
The link to domain webmail is usually: domain.com/webmail
If you're someone who receives a ton of emails or you send out a lot of them, it can be a pain having to log in via webmail each time.
The solution here is to add your domain email to your iPhone (or Android). And to do this, you need to have cPanel access or you need to acquire the incoming and outgoing mail server details from your hosting provider.
By the end of this post, you should have your domain email setup on your iPhone, allowing you to send and receive emails from your domain email on your iPhone.
Find the incoming & outgoing server details from cPanel
Assuming you already have a domain email account set up, the first thing you need to do is to get the incoming and outgoing server details from your hosting provider.
If you have cPanel access, here's how to do it:
On cPanel, click Email Accounts
Select the email account, then click "More" then "Configure Email Client"
On the bottom where it says "Secure SSL/TLS Settings", you should see the incoming and outgoing server details.
Write it down somewhere or keep the tab open on your browser. We'll need it for the next step.
Add a new IMAP email account on iPhone
On your iPhone, go to Settings > Mail > Add Account > Other > Add Mail Account.
- Enter the domain email address
- Enter the password for the email
- Select IMAP
- Enter the incoming and outgoing server from the previous step
- Enter the username (email)
- Enter the email password
Click next and that's it! You can now receive and send emails from your domain on your iPhone. Go ahead and send yourself an email to verify that it works.