Godaddy – checking your email

Godaddy – checking your email
Please find below instructions to add your new GoDaddy email account to your Microsoft Outlook
as well your cell!
For starters, you always have a back up to checking you email using godaddy’s free online interface
2. Type in your user name as your full email the first time (i.e yourname@domain.com). Thereafter you’ll only need to use your  “user name” (before the @domain.com)
3. Type in your password (which is always case sensitive)
In addition to Web-Based Email, you can get your email through a desktop client or mobile device.
Pick one (if your preferred client is not here, check out that help center!):

To Set up Email in Outlook 2007

  1. Open Microsoft Outlook 2007. From the Tools menu, select Account Settings.
  2. Click New.
  3. Select Microsoft Exchange, POP3, IMAP, or HTTP, and then click Next.
  4. Enter Your NameE-mail AddressPassword, and password confirmation.
  5. At the bottom, select Manually configure server settings or additional server types and click Next.
  6. Select Internet E-mail, and click Next.
  7. Select either IMAP or POP3 for your Account Type. Use these settings for your incoming and outgoing servers, depending on the type of email you have:
    POP3
    Incoming mail server pop.secureserver.net
    Outgoing mail server (SMTP) smtpout.secureserver.net
    IMAP
    Incoming mail server imap.secureserver.net
    Outgoing mail server (SMTP) smtpout.secureserver.net
  8. Enter Your Name and full E-mail Address.
  9. Enter your User Name (your full email address) and Password, and selectRemember password.
  10. Click More Settings.
  11. Click the Outgoing Server tab. Select My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication and Use same settings as my incoming server.
  12. Select the Advanced tab.
  13. Next to Outgoing Server (SMTP), type 80.
  14. Optional: If you’re setting up a POP3 account, under Delivery, select Leave a Copy of Messages on the Server.
  15. Click OK.
  16. Click Next, and then click Finish.

To Set up Email on Your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. On the Settings screen, tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars.
  3. Tap Add Account.
  4. Tap Other.
  5. Tap Add Mail Account.
  6. Enter your Name, email AddressPassword, and a short Description for your email. Tap Next.
  7. If you have IMAP, tap IMAP. If you’re not sure, tap POP.
  8. Use these settings for your Incoming Mail Server, depending on the type of email account you have:
    POP
    Tap POP at the top.
    Host Name pop.secureserver.net
    User Name Enter your full email address.
    Password Enter your email account password.
    IMAP
    Tap IMAP at the top.
    Host Name imap.secureserver.net
    User Name Enter your full email address.
    Password Enter your email account password.
  9. Use these settings for your Outgoing Mail Server:
    SMTP (Outgoing Mail Server)
    Host Name smtpout.secureserver.net
    User Name Enter your full email address.
    Password Enter your email account password.

    NOTE: Even though iOS labels these fields as Optional, our email serversrequire them to send email.

  10. If you have IMAP, tap Next, and then tap Save. Otherwise, just tap Save.

That’s it. On your device, go to Mail (it’s usually in the row at the bottom of your screen). If everything is working OK, you should see some email messages. To make sure you can send messages, go ahead and compose an email and send it to yourself.

If you’re not receiving email messages or you can’t send messages, see iPhone: Troubleshooting Email. Don’t worry. There are a few things that can happen during the setup process. We’ll help you investigate and fix them.

To Use Apple Mail with Your Email

    

  1. Launch Mail.
  2. If the Welcome to Mail window does not display, select Add Account from theFile menu.
  3. Complete the following fields, and then click Continue.
    • Full Name — The name to display on your email.
    • Email Address — Your email address.
    • Password — Your email account password.
  4. Complete the following fields, and then click Continue.
    • Account Type — Select POP or IMAP.NOTE: To use IMAP, your email account with us must support IMAP functionality.
    • Description — A description of the email address to display in the email account list in Mail.
    • Incoming Mail Server — The incoming server name listed in InfoCenter.
    • User Name — Your full email address.
    • Password — Your email account password.
  5. If prompted for Incoming Mail Security, select the following and then clickContinue.
    • Click Use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL).
    • Select Password.
  6. Complete the following fields, and then click Continue.
    • Description — A description of the SMTP server to display in the SMTP server list in Mail.
    • Outgoing Mail Server — The outgoing server name listed in InfoCenter.NOTE: You must have enabled SMTP relays for your account in the Email Control Center. For more information, see Managing Your Email Account SMTP Relays.
    • Use Authentication — Select this option.
    • User Name — Your full email address.
    • Password — Your email account password.
  7. If prompted for Outgoing Mail Security, select the following and then clickContinue.
    • Click Use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL).
    • Select Password.
  8. Select Take account online, and then click Create.

That’s it. Go ahead and check your email. If you don’t see any messages, click Get Mail. To make sure you can send messages, try composing an email and sending it to yourself.

About Jeremy Broekman

BROEKMAN communications has an 15+ year track record of providing marketing, brand management and PR. We serve our clients as a Marketing Director + Social Media Director + Creative Director + Consultant in ONE. With niches including Real Estate, Corporate, Non-profits, Entertainment and Start-up clientele, BROEKMAN communications has DEEP experience in helping companies navigate re-branding and/or re-packaging themselves for success in a 2013 future-facing mindset.

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