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Adding an Email Account iMac

Apple Mail for cPanel

Apple Mail, also called Mac Mail, is the built-in email program that comes with your Mac OS X computer.

This walkthrough will show you how to configure Apple Mail to work with your Jumpline cPanel email address.

Instructions

Open Apple Mail (Mail in your Applications).

  1. From the Mail menu, click on Preferences.
  2. Choose Accounts from the top menu.
  3. Click + at the bottom right to add a new account.
  4. Fill in the requested information:
  5. Full Name: The name you want to display with this email address.
  6. Email Address: Your Jumpline email address.
  7. Password: The password you created for this email address.
  8. It's possible that you will see an error at this step: Mail can't verify the identity of autodiscover.example.comThat's fine; you can go ahead and click Connect. If you see another error for the domain, click Connect again.
  9. Now, we'll fill in your incoming mail settings.
    Account Type: IMAP (keep messages synced to the server) or POP (download messages locally)
    Description: This description is for your use when you view the account.
    Incoming Mail Server: mail.EXAMPLE.COM (replace EXAMPLE.COM with your domain)
    User Name: (your full email address)
    Password: The password you created for this email address.
  10. Click Continue.
    You may see another error here: Mail can't verify the identity of mail.example.com. Again, that's fine. ClickConnect.
    Next we'll fill in your outgoing mail settings.
    Description: This description is for the outgoing mail server. You might want to enter something like example.com Outgoing Server.
    Outgoing Mail Server: mail.EXAMPLE.COM (replace EXAMPLE.COM with your domain). Check Use only this server.
    Check Use Authentication.
    User Name: (your full email address)
    Password: The password you created for this email address.
  11. Click Continue.
  12. You might get this error one more time: Mail can't verify the identity of mail.example.com. Click Connect.
  13. Review your Account Summary. Make sure Take account online is selected, then click Create.
    Congratulations! You've just created your email account. Try sending yourself a test message to make sure it's working.

    Please continue to the advanced settings sections so you can make sure that all of your advanced settings are correct.

Advanced Outgoing SMTP Settings

If you have trouble sending email, or you are plagued with popups saying that Mail can't verify the identity of mail.example.com, you may need to adjust your outgoing email settings.

  1. Open Apple Mail.
  2. From the Mail menu, choose Preferences.
  3. Click on Accounts from the top menu.
  4. Select your email account from the list on the left.
  5. From the Account Information tab, find the Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP) dropdown menu.
  6. Click Edit SMTP Server List... A new window will pop up.
  7. Select your email server, mail.EXAMPLE.COM, from the menu.
  8. Description can be whatever you want. Server Name should be mail.EXAMPLE.COM, with your own domain name.
  9. Click on the Advanced tab.
  10. Select Use default ports (25, 465, 587).
  11. You have a choice for Use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). If you select this option, your outgoing email will be encrypted, which will help (but not guarantee) your email security. However, if you did not purchase an SSL certificate for your domain mail.EXAMPLE.COM, Apple Mail will give you an error when you try to use the encryption. To solve this, you can uncheck the option to use SSL encryption. Or, if you want to keep the encryption but stop the popup, the next time the popup occurs, click Show Certificate, then choose the option to Always trust the certificate.
  12. Authentication must be set to Password.
  13. Your username is your full email address, , and your password is your email password.
  14. Click OK.
  15. Close the window, and save your settings at the prompt.
  16. Use ISP Outgoing Mail Server 
  17. If all of your settings are correct and you are still unable to send email with Apple Mail, your Internet Service Provider may be blocking outgoing traffic on the standard SMTP (mail-sending) port. ISPs do this in an effort to cut down on spam.

Advanced Incoming Settings
If you have trouble receiving email, or you are plagued with popups saying that Mail can't verify the identity of mail.example.com, you may need to adjust your incoming email settings.

  1. Open Apple Mail.
  2. From the Mail menu, choose Preferences.
  3. Click on Accounts from the top menu.
  4. Select your email account from the list on the left.
  5. Click on the Advanced tab.
  6. Make sure Enable this account and Include when automatically checking for new mail are selected.
  7. Leave your IMAP Path Prefix with the default setting, which Apple Mail should have auto-detected for your email address.
  8. For Port, you should leave the default setting. It will be a different number depending on whether you selected IMAP or POP3, or whether your have SSL on or off.
  9. You have a choice whether or not to select Use SSL. SSL provides encryption for your incoming messages, which promotes (although it does not guarantee) security. However, if you did not purchase an SSL certificate for your domain mail.EXAMPLE.COM, Apple Mail will give you an error when you try to use the encryption. To solve this, you can uncheck the option to use SSL encryption. Or, if you want to keep the encryption but stop the popup, the next time the popup occurs, click Show Certificate, then choose the option to Always trust the certificate.
  10. Authentication should be set to Password.
  11. Leave Use IDLE command if the server supports it selected.
  12. Close the window, and save your settings at the prompt.

    You're all set! All of your advanced settings should now be accurate.

 

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