If you’re a WordPress user hosting your website on GreenGeeks this one is for you.
Usually, when we finish testing a client’s website, we’ll set up email forwarders and enable POP3 protocols, so all the emails people send to your firstname.lastname@example.org address get forwarded to your preferred inbox automatically.
But knowing how to log into your email server client can be really helpful if you;
Think you might not be receiving all your emails.
Accidentally deleted an important message you need to recover.
Are learning how to perform routine website maintenance.
Accessing Your Webmail Client Directly with A URL
The two easiest ways to access your webmail client are by visiting either of these URLs:
*Note: Replace “yourdomain.ca” with your website address.
ACCESSING YOUR work EMAILS THROUGH Cpanel
The third way to access your Webmail account is by logging into your GreenGeeks hosting account and accessing Cpanel through their back end.
How to Log in to Your Hosting Account
How to Find Your Email Accounts in Cpanel
The Cpanel button is smack dab in the middle of your GreenGeeks hosting dashboard. And once you click, it should take you to the Cpanel dashboard, where several tools are listed.
Locate the “Email Accounts” button and click it.
From here, it should pull up a list of email accounts attached to your domain.
Select “Check Email” and a email client similar to Gmail or Microsoft Office will open up.
Here you’ll be able to view and manage all emails stored on the server for that address.
Accessing your Cpanel Email Accounts is also the place you need to go if you’ve lost, forgotten or weren’t given login information for your email account(s) and need to reset your password and username.