Description: The article talks about webmail login. This is a walk-through guidance on how to login to Webmail with InMotion Hosting. The author covers three different methods on how to login to Webmail with InMotion Hosting.
I’m going to show you how to log into your webmail,there are several methods to do this,I’m going to show you the most common one. I am going to start with the most commonly used one,that is using your domain name. In this test,I’m using example.com,I’m going to put a /webmail on the end and click enter.
When you do that,you’ll see that you’re redirected to the login page,you need to put your full email address in the email field,it should be firstname.lastname@example.org,you should have already set these email accounts up in your cPanel prior to doing this,your password is going to be the password that you created with the email account,you could then click the login button or you can click enter.
You’ll see a message that says you’re logged in,it gives you the email address,it’s up to you,you can use any of these three clients in order to check your email,they all check the same email,the only difference is their appearance,some of them have other features that others don’t have so I recommend trying them to see which one works for you.
You’re in your webmail,I’m going to show you another method,it is also commonly used,for example when you go to a cyber cafe or place like that,sometimes they block certain ports which may stop you from getting to your webmail,in that case.
We recommend using the web mail.address which would be web mail domain.com,in my test I am using example.com,you would use your actual domain name webmail example.com,I’m here to enter same thing.
It’s going to redirect you to that same login page,you can do the same thing,you can enter your username and password,your username is always going to be the full email address with the @ symbol and then you can click enter or the login button,it takes you to the page,you’ll see that you’re logged in.
You have the three choices,they look the same as the other login,I am going to put port 80,it is your typical internet port,it has never been blocked on a public network,I’m going to show you one more method,it’s in your cPanel. You can see your server name.
On the cPanel,if you don’t see your stats,you canclick expand stats which would drop down and give you information,I’m going to scroll down and you’ll see that your server name is here. You can use that server name to log in,I’m going to take that biz 152,you can add dot in-motion hosting to the end,I am going to use biz 152 in motion hosting.com,you can put /webmail on the end of that.
This is good. For example,if you haven’t pointed your domain name over,you can use this method,you can do the same login with your full username. Your full username should be a full email address,you can put your password and click the login,I’m getting that security token message,I’ve logged in.
These are three different ways,it’s getting a little confused but you shouldn’t see that if you’re logging straight in mine’s. It is a special case because I have logged in by three different way,you’ll see the same thing. It brought me to the same login page.