Description: This is an article about godaddy email login, which is a guided tutorial to help you setup your free POP email account using your domain. This can add a very professional touch to your buisness and is free.
In this guided tutorial, we’re going to set up your free GoDaddy pop email account. First we’ll set it up and at the end we’ll talk about the difference between pop email and IMAP email and work arounds for the two.
To get started when you’re at GoDaddy.com in the upper left hand corner, click on the gray login to my account button, turn your username and your password. When you’re logged in, in the upper left hand corner, click on the black my account button.
When the screen loads up, scroll down the left, you’re looking for email, the list of products, click the little grey plus box on the left hand side of it. You’ll see you have a free email forwarding packets of 100 packs.
You can utilize that for a lot of addresses. If you’re a small business, you can utilize that for your support at your domain address, your customer service ad, they afford any email to those addresses on to another account.
Today we’re going toa be setting up your free addres. As a free email plan, you need the orange setup button on the right, the window pops up, in the first drop-down box, we’re going to select our region.
If you live in Singapore, it’s the AP or Asia-Pacific region, if you are in Germany, it’s the EU or European Union region, if you are from America, it’s the US, select that, select the domain you want to associate the credit with.
This is not the domain that you have to use with the email, so you have three or four different domains, they’re all very similar, but you want to use all your addresses, you can go to godaddy which is flexible.
Select domain and click setup. The plan has been successfully added, we’re going to refresh this screen, when you refresh the page and scroll back down, you’ll see in the same email section, we have a new account this time.
We have the green launch button on the right, when the email control panel loads up an icon on the Left it says create, click on that. It’s going to give us a window and ask us what we’re creating. In this case it’s an email account.
We’re going to create an email address, we’re going to go with information, it’s intuitive enough to know that. After the add symbol that shows one of our domains, it will be information at guided tutorials.
We’ll set ourselves a password, you’ll also notice some blue boxes that always show the criteria indicating that these passwords are less restrictive than the GoDaddy password. I’m still going to use a decent one.
Confirm it down below, you don’t have to make any adjustments, it’s nice a catch, when email is sent to your domain, it’s sent to your domain and then allocated to any available boxes. If there are no available boxes, it goes to a catch-all.
If you have one address that’s in pho at your domain.com and somebody sends you an email to support at your domain.com, it doesn’t exist, it’ll still make it to your catch-all. It is convenient to send a copy.
If you don’t plan on checking, you can set your favorite email address. Agree to the terms down below and click create. Once the address is created, you’ll notice that it’s easily deleted and changed.
You’re not going to log into it from here. The easiest way to log into is to go up to the top of the screen in your address bar. I’ll type in email dot whatever your domain is dot com. This case will be guided to Tardos123.com, hit enter on your keyboard, you might have on your browser.
When the screen loads up, it’ll take you to the workspace email login, sometimes you’ll see GoDaddy logo, we’re going to type in the username portion, in this case it’s support, we’re not going to finish it off because it already has at our domain.com.
We’ll type in the password, hit the blue login button, the screen loads, you’ll be logged in and it looks like any other web-based email client, it’s self-explanatory, you have one welcome message from GoDaddy which is meaningless.
We would talk about the difference between pop and IMAP. Your email is stored on Go Daddy’s mail servers. If you use a pop protocol to get the mail, you’re going to download a copy to your local machine.
These terms are in relation to email clients. Email clients would be your Apple Mail Outlook iPhone, with pop those clients download a copy and store it locally on the device, but when you say delete mail on your device, it won’t be deleted from the inbox.
We did the welcome message, it’ll still be here, you’ll end up with two copies, the other protocol is IMAP or IMAP, you leave the mail on the server, the device reads it from the server and then deletes it from the server.
When it’s done with it, if you make deletion on your iPhone, it’s reflected in the webmail as well. It’s the difference between them. How often you use the mail matters to you.